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The availability of medicine suits only 35% of the Far East
Availability of medical services suits only 35% of the population of the Far East. Most of all the availability of medicine is satisfied by the residents of Yakutia - 50% and Chukotka - 49%. Least of all - in Transbaikalia, on Kamchatka and in Jewish autonomy - 34%.
As noted by Director of Research at VTsIOM Elena Mikhailova at the V All-Russian Conference "The demographic development of the Far East", the words of which TASS, only 40% of the population of the Far Eastern Federal District positively assess the state of the infrastructure and equipment of medical facilities.
Earlier it was reported that the regions of the FEFD entered the last ten health index population. The worst situation is in Chukotka, the Irkutsk Region, the Jewish Autonomous Region, Trans-Baikal, Buryatia, the Amur Region, Primorye, on Kamchatka and in the Khabarovsk Territory.