Moscow will allocate 10.6 billion rubles in 2022 to fight the coronavirus. About it reported Elena Khavkina, deputy head of the health department of the capital.
According to her, this money will go to payments to doctors, the purchase of medicines, personal protective equipment and testing.
4.1 billion rubles will be allocated for the purchase of drugs. 3 billion rubles will go to incentive payments for medical workers. The budget proposes to allocate 1.5 billion rubles for the purchase of personal protective equipment and test systems, and another 600 million rubles for telemedicine. 800 and 400 million rubles are allocated respectively for the preparation of blood plasma and disinfection of premises. 2 million rubles will be allocated to encourage plasma donors.
In addition, 46.5 billion rubles next year is provided for preferential drug provision, including 3.8 billion rubles for the continuation of the expanded program to provide sufferers of cardiovascular diseases.
In general, the draft budget for 2020 provides for an increase in healthcare costs by 65.1 billion rubles – to 826.4 billion rubles. The budget will be provided by the city and compulsory health insurance.