In the Krasnodar Territory doctors after complaints about the non-payment of premiums were summoned to the police
20 May , 19:33
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We are talking about the ambulance staff of the city of Abinsk in the south-west of the Krasnodar Territory.

Previously, they posted a video message on the Internet about the non-payment of incentive allowances during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and then they were called to the police to talk about the inadmissibility of extremist activity.

The press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Krasnodar Territory declined to comment on this information, the newspaper Kommersant notes. At the same time, now, for all complaints of doctors, checks are being carried out by the prosecutor's office and the Investigative Committee. During the inspections, meetings are held with the staff and management of medical institutions, written explanations are received from employees about a possible violation of their rights, ”the prosecutor's office of the Krasnodar Territory explained.

Last day, the Investigative Committee for the first time announced the initiation of the first criminal case due to non-payment of compensations to doctors working with patients with identified cases of COVID-19 coronavirus. This also happened in the Krasnodar Territory after a video message from the ambulance staff of Armavir in the east of the region.

Earlier, Attorney General Igor Krasnov assured that the chief doctors will not be severely punished because of problems with additional payments to physicians working with COVID-19. Speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko conveyed his words. Moreover, the president of Russia is dissatisfied with the bureaucratic "chancery" in this matter. Doctors really risk their health and life, 186 doctors have already died during the coronavirus pandemic in Russia.

In the Krasnodar Territory over the past day 91 new cases of coronavirus infection were confirmed, COVID-19 was confirmed in 2883 people, 1540 of them recovered, 26 people died, - reports.