More than 7.3 billion rubles are allocated to polyclinics operating under the system of compulsory medical insurance (OMI). A similar proposal to support the regions to woo Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. This was reported on the official website of the country’s resolution.
It is clarified that the decision was made due to the spread of a new omicron strain. This additional support will help focus efforts on fighting the infection.
In conclusion, held on Thursday, January 27, the Prime Minister noted that those infected with omicron are more likely to seek treatment at local clinics. For this reason, the greatest burden of the fight against coronavirus has now fallen into the outpatient network. “In such difficult conditions, its stable work is important,” Mishustin said.
The Ministry of Health will take control of natural resources and make sure that federal transfers reach all territorial CHI funds as soon as possible. In the conclusion of the head of the Cabinet, it was noted that the entire link is approaching from this continuous work.
Earlier, the Prime Minister of Russia was part of the operational working group on conflicts and regions in connection with the spread of the COVID-19 omicron strain. It is supervised by Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, and headed by Deputy Head of Equipment Olga Krivonos. The task force included 47 people.