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New agreement brings health care to 3.1 billion dollars

The new økonomiaftale 2021 between the regions and the government adds to the regions and health care 3.1 billion crowns to cover the coronaregningen.

It informs the ministry of Finance.

the emergence of large charges in connection with the coronakrisen. There has been a need to purchase protective equipment and testing equipment, which has resulted in the regions.

Later in the year will make the overall status of what coronakrisen has a cost for the regions. Then there will be compensated.

Moreover, given the 1.3 billion dollars to the overall operation, which must also cover the expenses incurred in connection with the more elderly patients who need treatment.

the Money will also be used to 'future-proof' the health care system.

There is also money to increasing medical expenses, says a press release from the ministry of Finance.

in Addition, a total amount of 7.5 billion dollars to renovation and construction as well as procurement of it equipment. It is a billion dollars more than the agreement from 2020 contained.

Stephanie Lose (V), chairman of the Danish Regions, says it has been a hard negotiation process.

- We would have wanted more. But I think this is the best deal possible, she says.

just as satisfactory you will find not the agreement with the medical association.

Here says chairman Andreas Rudkjøbing that 1.3 billion dollars to the general operation in the health service is too little. He calls for two billion dollars.

- It is simply not enough to cover the increasing number of patients who come each year. There are also new treatments that cost money.

- It will lead to priorities among patient groups and the deterioration in other areas.

Stephanie Lose recognising that 1.3 billion can't cover all the expenses.

- So it will require that you rationalize, she says.

the government has an important priority has been, that there must be cuts as a result of coronakrisen, says finance minister, Nicolai Wammen (S) at a news conference.

- It is the employees, who've had to adapt to a radically different life, while they have fought an unknown and insidious disease.

- This applies to nurses, doctors, porters, health professionals, and many others, with masks and visors have been in the front line, he says.

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