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Goranov: We will announce our coronavirus exit strategy when we are able to loosen the measures against the infection
09:37 | 22 Април 2020 г.
BGN 81 million will be allocated for fighting the coronavirus, new COVID-zones are established in the policlinics
General practitioners will monitor the condition of patients in the COVID system on a daily basis and will advise them in person or on the telephone
The government has convened an emergency meeting to vote on new measures in the fight with the coronavirus.
"The health system will face the coronavirus with its full potential. Today we have provided another BGN 81 million for the implementation of additional measures in the fight against COVID-19. There is already a unified medical protocol, the GPs are already a part of the process, but the most important thing is that people continue to beware”, said the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Up to BGN 65 million will be allocated so that particular hospitals to treat patients with coronavirus, as well as for timely diagnosis of the population with symptoms of COVID-19 infection.
Up to BGN 6 million will be allocated for the establishment of COVID zones in the policlinics and another BGN 10 million - for the financing of the general practitioners of their activity in the conditions of the emergency epidemic situation for November and December, 2020.
As of November 1 each general practitioner will receive BGN 1,000 for every patient infected with COVID-19 that he treats.
The PM also demanded that the Health Minister provides an opportunity for donation of blood plasma not only in Sofia, but also in other cities in the country.
COVID-zones will be established in about 10 policlinics on the territory of Sofia and about 40 on the territory of other cities in the country.
Each COVID-zone will be provided with a doctor, a nurse, two laboratory assistants and a technician. Each of them will receive BGN 1,000 in addition to his salary. Apart from that, the team will receive BGN 10 for examination and diagnosis of each patient.