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Regions to receive 90 billion rubles for the development of primary health care

Regions to receive 90 billion rubles for the development of primary health care
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90 billion rubles will be allocated for the development of primary health care in the regions next year. Over five years, the government will allocate 500 billion rubles for these purposes.

Decree this was signed by the head of the Cabinet of Ministers Mikhail Mishustin on October 1. The money will go to the construction, repair and re-equipment of FAPs, medical outpatient clinics in rural areas, as well as for medical institutions in cities. Also, the decree provides for the purchase of vehicles for paramedics and outpatient clinics in hard-to-reach areas.

At the end of last year, the federal authorities planned increase funding by 2024 for the modernization of primary health care. Initially, it was decided to allocate 50 billion rubles a year.

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