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Another 10 billion rubles were allocated for coronavirus co-payments to doctors

Another 10 billion rubles were allocated for coronavirus co-payments to doctors
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The Russian government has allocated another ten billion rubles for additional payments to doctors who work with patients with coronavirus. This amount is designed to provide support until the end of this year.

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced the allocation of additional funding at a meeting of the Russian government. According to him, now doctors, paramedics, nurses continue to work in difficult conditions, the load on them is not decreasing.

This week, the head of the Cabinet of Ministers signed a decree according to which doctors working with patients with coronavirus, will continue to receive incentive payments and next year. The money will also be received by those who provide care to patients with COVID-19 on an outpatient basis, doctors conducting pathological examinations, and ambulance drivers.

Additional payments to doctors in connection with coronavirus in Russia introduced in April this year. It was planned that the support measures would be valid for three months, but then their effect twice extended.

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