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The government added 2,7 billion rubles for drugs against COVID

The government added 2,7 billion rubles for drugs against COVID
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The Russian government added 2,7 billion rubles to free drugs against COVID-19. The Ministry of Health has been instructed to ensure that patients receive the necessary medicines on time.

This disposal signed by the head of the government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin today, January 26. The funds are intended for patients being treated for coronavirus at home. All necessary medications are given free of charge by prescription.

Last year, almost eight billion rubles were allocated from the Government's reserve fund for these purposes. Before the New Year, a tranche was received in the regions in 2,8 billion rubles for these purposes.

At the end of October 2020, Vladimir Putin said that COVID-19 patients will be provided at home free medicines... This measure is intended for mild patients who can be treated on an outpatient basis.

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