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In the EAO, more than 88,8 million rubles were allocated for rest and health improvement of children

Over 88,8 million rubles were allocated for the organization of summer holidays and improving children in the Jewish Autonomous Region, of which 37,7 million rubles were allocated to the regional budget. This was reported by the press service of the regional administration.

The regional commission on minors' affairs and protection of their rights summed up the results of the summer health campaign at a meeting chaired by the deputy chairman of the regional government Iryna Pinchuk. It was said that for the recreation and health improvement of children this year, more than a hundred year-old health institutions were organized in the region: country stationary camps, camps with a day stay on the basis of educational, cultural and sports institutions. Schoolchildren of the autonomy rested not only in health institutions of the region, but also outside of it, for example, in the All-Russian Center "Ocean" and the health camp "Bereg" of the Republic of Crimea.

"In total, organized forms of work and recreation in the region covered almost 18 thousand schoolchildren. More than 88,8 million rubles were allocated for rest and health improvement of children, of which 37,7 million rubles were funds of the regional budget, "the report says.

As emphasized by the Deputy Prime Minister Irina Pinchuk, the organization of the summer health campaign as a matter of priority addressed the tasks of ensuring the safety of children, protecting their life and health. All of them were executed, no serious violations and incidents were allowed.  

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