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Yakutia asked for a subsidy for sanitary aviation for patients with coronavirus

Yakutia asked for a subsidy for sanitary aviation for patients with coronavirus

The authorities of Yakutia asked Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev to consider their proposal for a subsidy for the purchase of aviation work to provide medical care to patients with coronavirus. The authorities of the republic asked the federal Ministry of Health to give this order.

The plenipotentiary noted that the distances in Yakutia are long, and it is difficult to provide high-quality fast medical care, especially in relation to such a complex disease as coronavirus. The Deputy Prime Minister promised to discuss this issue with the Ministry of Health.

According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, Trutnev will also consider the republic's proposal to provide new vaccines, as a matter of priority, to the northern and arctic regions to protect medical workers.

The plenipotentiary noted that the budget of the republic incurs additional costs due to the coronavirus, therefore, if necessary, he will receive federal assistance. At the same time, Yuri Trutnev said that in general, the budget of Yakutia is able to cope with the challenges that exist today.

In the meantime, the epidemiological situation in the republic remains tense. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 12 cases of coronavirus have been registered there. 036 people recovered - 6% of cases, 178 patients died. 

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