TALLINN – The Estonian government decided on Thursday to allocate eight million euros from its reserve to the Health Insurance Fund to ensure the provision of healthcare services, planning of rearrangements and the conduct of rearrangements under the conditions of COVID-19.
Prime Minister Juri Ratas said it is of utmost importance that medical services are ensured for everyone during the fight against COVID-19.
"In order to fight against the spread of coronavirus, it's important to ensure very good accessibility of appropriate healthcare ...
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