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Almost 7,7 billion rubles will be allocated for co-payments to employees of social institutions

Almost 7,7 billion rubles will be allocated for co-payments to employees of social institutions

About 7,7 billion rubles will be allocated from the reserve fund of the Russian government for additional payments to employees of social organizations who continue to work amid the spread of coronavirus. This will allow providing payments to more than 114 thousand specialists.

Social workers will receive bonuses from April 15 to July 15 every month. The amount of payment depends on whether or not there are patients with coronavirus in their institution. If there is, doctors will receive 60 thousand rubles, if not - 40 thousand.

Nursing staff, social workers, psychologists, teachers, speech therapists and other employees of social institutions will receive 35 thousand and 25 thousand, respectively. Junior medical staff and nurses - 20 thousand and 15 thousand rubles each, and technical and other employees - 15 thousand and 10 thousand rubles each.

As stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, shift workers will be introduced for employees of social institutions - 14 calendar days. An employee will not be able to leave the institution before this deadline, even in case of illness.

The head of government instructed to do everything necessary so that the situation with payments to employees of social institutions does not happen as with payments to doctors. He asked this question for personal control to take Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.

The president charged the employees of social institutions to introduce a supplement from the federal budget. He proposed to do this due to the fact that social workers are now experiencing increased stress and carry risks due to coronaviruswhile continuing to work.

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