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The damage to the Russian economy from COVID amounted to almost trillion rubles

The damage to the Russian economy from COVID amounted to almost trillion rubles
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Rospotrebnadzor estimated the damage to the country's economy from the coronavirus at almost one trillion rubles at the end of 2020. The losses of the non-produced gross national product were not included in this amount.

According to RIA News, the amount of damage was made up of cost indicators, accounting for deaths, accounting for the disability of the population from coronavirus. According to Rospotrebnadzor estimates, the economy lost more than 997 billion rubles. This is 1,4 times more than all other infections combined.

Treatment in hospitals in 2020 cost 183 billion rubles, testing for coronavirus - another 108 billion rubles. Also, 515 billion rubles were paid for the fight against COVID-19 and support for the population and business, the conversion of hospitals and the construction of new hospitals.

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