Russian government allocates 18 billion rubles to local government to recruit medical staff

Source Title: Russian government allocates 18 billion rubles to local government to recruit medical staff

Moscow, January 28 (Li Mingqi) – Russian Prime Minister mishuskin said at the cabinet meeting on the same day that the Russian federal government will allocate 18 billion rubles (about 1.526 billion yuan) from the federal compulsory medical insurance fund to various regions to recruit new medical workers and pay their wages, according to the Russian news on the 28th. Mishushkin said that by the end of 2021, the total number of doctors in various regions should increase by 14000, and the number of intermediate medical staff should increase by 26000. Mi Shug J Gin stressed that COVID-19 is currently affected by Russia’s health care system, especially for professionals. At the end of December 2020, mishuskin announced that the Russian federal government will allocate 52 billion rubles (equivalent to about 4.407 billion yuan) to pay subsidies to medical staff who treat patients with new crowns.

Moscow, January 28 (Li Mingqi) – Russian Prime Minister mishuskin said at the cabinet meeting on the same day that the Russian federal government will allocate 18 billion rubles (about 1.526 billion yuan) from the federal compulsory medical insurance fund to various regions to recruit new medical workers and pay their wages, according to the Russian news on the 28th. Mishushkin said that by the end of 2021, the total number of doctors in various regions should increase by 14000, and the number of intermediate medical staff should increase by 26000.

Mi Shug J Gin stressed that COVID-19 is currently affected by Russia’s health care system, especially for professionals. At the end of December 2020, mishuskin announced that the Russian federal government will allocate 52 billion rubles (equivalent to about 4.407 billion yuan) to pay subsidies to medical staff who treat patients with new crowns.

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