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Putin announces new federal measures for business and citizens

Putin announces new federal measures for business and citizens
Vladimir Putin held a video conference with regional leaders and government officials. All 11 heads of regions and Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev took part from the Far Eastern Federal District.

According to the President, for three months, starting in April, a surcharge will be established for doctors who work with patients with coronavirus. For doctors it will be 80 thousand rubles a month, for nurses - 50 thousand rubles, for a junior - 25 thousand rubles a month. Ambulance doctors will receive 50 thousand rubles a month, paramedics, car drivers - 25 thousand rubles a month. They will also receive increased insurance guarantees from the federal budget. Separately, Putin instructed the heads of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation not to reduce regional payments to doctors who work with coronavirus patients, if any.

Families with children will receive additional support if parents lose their jobs. They will be paid three thousand rubles a month for each minor child. Those who lose their jobs and apply to the employment center will receive an allowance in the amount of the minimum wage before May 1. At the same time, the President instructed to issue such payments remotely.

A six-month deferral in the payment of social payments will be provided not only to micro-enterprises, but also to all small and medium-sized businesses. At the same time, at the end of this period, the debt can be restructured and paid in equal installments throughout the year. First of all, the state will help enterprises that remain employed, as well as people who have lost their jobs.

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