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Medical workers will add 9 billion rubles for incentive payments

Medical workers will add 9 billion rubles for incentive payments
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In Russia, medical workers will add nine billion rubles for incentive payments. The money will go to 76 regions of the country for primary health care workers.

According to the press service of the country's government, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin believes that although the situation with coronavirus in the whole country is stabilizing, the dangerous work of doctors continues.

The allowances for special working conditions and additional workload are calculated depending on the average monthly income of medical workers.

Mishustin reported on Government meetingthat the fixed payments to hospital and ambulance staff for July and August were extended. For these purposes, the government will allocate about five billion rubles.

Earlier it was reported that medical workers who work with patients with coronavirus, will receive increased payments for July and August. Incentive payments for healthcare providers working with COVID-19, ordered to pay Russian President Vladimir Putin. For doctors, its size is 80 thousand rubles a month, for nurses - 50 thousand rubles, for a junior - 25 thousand rubles.

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