About 213 million rubles will be additionally allocated for payments to teachers for classroom management. In total this year the support programme for teachers will cost about 25 billion. “It is difficult responsible the daily work with children, it requires special support. This should be saved and the previously established regional surcharges,” – said Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

Special monthly payment is entered with the new school year. Necessary expenses in the budget in March. “But on September 1 of such teachers in many regions will be more and they need to put their money,” – said the Chairman of the government of the need for additional solution.

in addition, we will continue assistance to the regions in upgrading the school bus fleet. “To children it easier and safer to get to school, which is especially important for children from rural and remote areas”, – said the head of the Cabinet.

the Ministry of industry and trade will receive five billion rubles for these purposes. “The Federal funds will be purchased no less than 2100 new school buses – said Mishustin. They will go to the regions already this year.”

For the new school year decided to change the rules for granting subsidies to the regions for the provision of hot meals to primary school students. “Allocate 22 billion rubles for these purposes in the current year and will be able to ensure the possibility of providing hot food with attraction of Federal funds is much greater number of children than planned,” he said.

it was Planned that the subsidy will be given only to those regions in which all schools without exception can with the new academic year to organize hot meals for children. “Thus, the regions where only a few schools did not have time to prepare, could be left without Federal support. We think this is unfair,” said Mikhail Mishustin. The Cabinet of Ministers has proposed that now the Federal funds could get all the schools where it is possible to organize meals for children, and the President supported the initiative.

the Cabinet is closely monitoring the status of the health system of the country. About 50 billion rubles will be directed to medical institutions to correct the imbalance resulting from a new coronavirus infection. Disease, explained the head of government is the problem, increased load on the system of compulsory medical insurance. “Increased spending at hospitals and clinics for treatment of new infections has reduced their income due to the suspension of the planned assistance, he said. Is reflected in the salaries of staff not involved in the fight against coronavirus”.

part of the allocated funds – 47.5 billion rubles – PRrednaznachen for reimbursement of medical institutions for the cost of treatment of patients with coronavirus and testing of patients upon admission to the hospital. More than 2 billion for compensation of lost revenues of the Federal organizations and agencies. “It will provide stable work of our hospitals and clinics and the salaries of doctors and other health professionals – said Mishustin. – We create the necessary margin of safety for our medicine, that the citizens had the opportunity to receive medical care for free.” In addition, he instructed his Deputy Tatyana Golikova to provide training solutions to extend incentive payments to medical staff working with patients with coronavirus infection. Documents must be issued promptly, said the Prime Minister.

the agenda of the meeting of the government was a bill to develop a system of unified number 112 for calling emergency services. “We plan that next year the system-112 will be available throughout the country to enable people not only to report a fire, a flood and a car crash, but in time to ask for help on a single number in case of other accidents and emergency situations”, – said the Prime Minister. Today it is possible only in 56 regions, but experience shows that such a single room is very popular, especially during coronavirus infection. For all of last year, brought Mikhail Mishustin data, it had around 60 million people, and for the first half of this year already received more than 37 million calls. “To quickly configure the system, prepared a bill, which introduces a comprehensive legal regulation in this area and clearly delineates the authority for the operation and development of the system between all levels of government, from Federal agencies to dispatch to the regions”, – concluded the head of government.