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About sanatorium treatment and health improvement of children of the Gomel region living in the territory of radioactive contamination for 9 months of 202017-Nov-2020
In the Gomel region, special attention is paid to the provision of sanatorium-resort treatment and health improvement for minors living or studying in the territory of radioactive contamination in the zone of subsequent resettlement, in the zone with the right to resettlement and in the zone of residence with periodic radiation monitoring. Thanks to the socially-oriented policy of the state, these children have the right to free spa treatment or health improvement for up to one month.
About sanatorium treatment and health improvement of children of the Gomel region living in the territory of radioactive contamination for 9 months of 2020.
The largest number of children are sent to sanatorium-resort treatment and health improvement in organized groups accompanied by pedagogical workers. For 9 months of 2020, 35,610 children were sent to sanatorium-resort treatment and health improvement as part of organized groups. Of these, 34,094 children are provided with sanatorium-resort treatment or health improvement in health resorts located on the territory of the republic, and 1,516 children, in January-March, went for sanatorium-resort treatment in sanatoriums located outside the Republic of Belarus, which are under the operational management of the Office of the President of the Republic Belarus: State Institution "Sanatorium" Belarus ", Sochi; State Institution" Sanatorium "Belaya Rus", Tuapse; Institution "Sanatorium" Belorussia ", Jurmala.
In connection with the current epidemiological situation caused by the Covid-19 infection, at present, children as part of organized groups are sent for sanatorium treatment or recovery only to health resorts located in the territory of the Republic of Belarus. By the end of the year, it is planned to send another 13,766 children for health improvement.
In the Gomel region, much attention is paid to the organization of sanatorium-resort treatment for children aged 3 to 6 years living in areas of radioactive contamination, and sent to sanatoriums for an adult and a child, accompanied by one of the parents. For the period January - September of this year, 1229 children of this category were provided with sanatorium-resort treatment.
In the summer of 2020, 1000 children of the region, who suffered from the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, had a rest in suburban children's health camps on vouchers purchased at the expense of the republican budget.
Also, underage children of the Gomel region go for sanatorium-resort treatment on vouchers purchased at the expense of the state non-budgetary fund for social protection of the population. For 9 months of this year, 1548 children received sanatorium-resort treatment in children's sanatoriums, in sanatoriums and departments of an adult and a child, of whom 368 are children who live in the territory of radioactive contamination.
In order to minimize the risk of the introduction and spread of Covid-19 infection in sanatorium-resort organizations, the implementation of sanitary and anti-epidemic measures recommended by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus is ensured
Each health resort of the republic has everything necessary to provide effective spa treatment, health improvement and good rest for children. Thanks to a wide range of natural healing factors, the medical base of sanatorium-resort organizations, each child undergoes the necessary course of sanatorium-resort treatment or health improvement during the period of stay, according to a medical certificate of health.