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Putin provided insurance guarantees to COVID-19 doctors

Putin provided insurance guarantees to COVID-19 doctors
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Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the provision of additional insurance guarantees to medical workers fighting coronavirus. In the event of the death of a medical officer, a lump sum payment will amount to 2,7 million rubles.

As noted in decree, additional insurance guarantees will receive doctors, nurses and paramedics, ambulance drivers who work directly with patients and those who suspect COVID-19. The guarantee will be provided in the form of a lump sum payment.

Insured events are the death of a medical worker due to infection with coronavirus while on duty, as well as harm to health or disability. In cases of harm to health, the physician will receive 68 rubles, but if disability occurs, the payment will be from 811 thousand rubles to two million rubles.

From April on incentive payments to Russian health workers have allocated 45,7 billion rubles. 42 billion were sent to doctors working with coronavirus patients in the regions

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