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This year Primorye will purchase 15 mobile diagnostic systems

This year Primorye will purchase 15 mobile diagnostic systems
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At least 15 mobile diagnostic systems will be purchased in Primorye this year. In 2020, the region acquired eight such complexes. This will make it possible to carry out diagnostics in the most remote settlements of the region.

According to the press service of the regional government, this was stated by Governor Oleg Kozhemyako following the message of the President of the Russian Federation to the Federal Assembly. One of the priorities of the region is also the development of primary health care. Vladimir Putin paid special attention to this topic in his message. In the next three years, villages and small towns of the country will receive five thousand ambulances. Primorye expects 40-50 new cars. Over the past year and a half, 60 units of transport have already arrived in the region.

“We will strengthen the primary link, for medical personnel from remote areas - to increase lifting, additional payments. We made such decisions. Now in the region there are support measures for the primary care - additional payments, compensation payments ”, - added the Governor of Primorye.

Regarding vaccination against coronavirus, Kozhemyako noted that the region received more than 116 thousand doses of the Gam-COVID-Vac vaccine. Almost 59 thousand Primorye residents have already completed immunization, more than 88 thousand received the first vaccination.

Kozhemyako noted that this summer the task is to cover the maximum number of people with vaccination. Many residents decided to postpone the coronavirus vaccination at a later date, since now it is necessary to be vaccinated against tick-borne encephalitis.

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