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In Russia, opened the first criminal case on non-payment of premiums to doctors

In Russia, opened the first criminal case on non-payment of premiums to doctors
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The Investigative Committee opened the first criminal case in Russia due to non-payment of incentive allowances to doctors working with COVID-19. Armavir ambulance officers complained that they did not receive the required compensation.

According to the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Investigative Committee for the Krasnodar Territory, on May 16 a video message from doctors appeared on the network. Law enforcers checked the facts contained in it and opened a criminal case under the article “Negligence”.

According to the investigation, it was allowed by the leadership of the medical institution on the issue of payments. Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the regions for a bureaucratic approach to incentive allowance payments to medical personnel working with COVID-19. He pointed out that it was not necessary to calculate hours of work, but to pay money to anyone who agreed to work with patients with coronavirus.

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