07.12.2021

Getting a loan has become more difficult, but you can still get money for the COVID-19 vaccine

October begins with a portion of changes in the laws: there is a chance to get 100 thousand rubles for a vaccination against covid and 10 thousand for a schoolchild a little more complicated.

The last month to get 10 thousand rubles from Putin

Parents of schoolchildren have a month left to receive the presidential 10 thousand rubles (if, of course, you have not yet issued this payment). Applications are accepted on State Services until November 1.

The payment is payable for every child between the ages of 6 and 18 (the child must be 6 years old no later than September 1, 2021). One of the parents, adoptive parents, guardians or trustees can receive compensation. The payment also applies to children with disabilities and persons with disabilities from 18 to 23 years old, enrolled in basic educational programs. A one-time allowance, how to issue it – read here.

And another 100 thousand rubles for a vaccine against covid

On October 14, the authorities will hold the second and last draw of 50 million rubles among those vaccinated against coronavirus infection: 500 lucky ones will receive 100 thousand rubles each. The names of the winners will appear on the site bonuszazdorove.rf during the day, the exact time is not called. To find out if you are among the winners, it will be enough to enter your vaccination certificate number in the corresponding line.

In addition, information about the prize will be available in the personal account on the State Services portal, and users of the mobile application will receive a push notification.

To receive money, you do not need to do anything – they will automatically come to the Mir card within six months from the date of the drawing. The card must be linked to the public services portal no later than three months from the moment you receive the prize notification. For details about the lottery, see our material.

Children’s allowances – only for “Mir”

From now on, children’s payments will be sent only to the card of the national payment system “Mir”. The innovation relates to benefits for the first and second child up to three years of age. Families in which children were born or adopted since January 1, 2018 are counting on the payment, and the income for each family member does not exceed two times the regional subsistence level.

If the recipient does not have a card yet, then the money will be in the bank account, they can be withdrawn at the bank’s cash desk or issued by postal order. You can apply for Mir at any bank. By the way, this rule does not apply to the payment of 10 thousand rubles to schoolchildren – the allowance is one-time, it will be credited according to the details of any bank.

The transition to the Mir map was planned for a long time, but was regularly postponed. On July 1 of this year, it did take place – now pensions, lump-sum benefits for childbirth, maternity benefits, childcare and unemployment benefits, monthly payments for children from 3 to 7 years old are being calculated through the national payment system. Also, new benefits, which have just appeared this year, are being transferred to the Mir cards – payments to pregnant women who registered at an early date, and an allowance for single parents of schoolchildren.

Private clinics will start providing vaccinations for free

On October 1, a law comes into force that allows non-governmental medical organizations to vaccinate within the framework of the national calendar of preventive vaccinations and those that are given for epidemic indications. Such a right is given to clinics that work in the system of compulsory health insurance, their costs will be reimbursed from the federal budget.

The national calendar includes 12 preventive vaccinations, including revaccination of adults – against hepatitis B, tuberculosis, pneumococcal infection, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, poliomyelitis, hemophilus influenzae, rubella, mumps, known as mumps, measles and influenza.

According to epidemic indications, within the framework of the national calendar, vaccinations are carried out against coronavirus and other infections, if they can cause an epidemic.

The flu vaccination campaign is in full swing now. And recently, we found out from doctors what strains of flu this year, who needs to take care of the vaccine and what will happen if you get the flu after covid.

Autumn conscription

As by clock, military registration and enlistment offices are starting a draft campaign – it will last from October 1 to December 31. Only residents of the Far North (where the conscription starts in November) and residents of rural areas employed in the fields will be able to join the army later – sowing harvesting works release the conscript until October 15.

There is no autumn draft for teachers of educational institutions. The autumn conscription for military service this year will affect more than 127 thousand people, said the Russian General Staff.

The military and security officials will increase their salaries

In October, the traditional indexation of public sector salaries begins – by an average of 3.7% across the country. Some state employees (in particular, those who were not indexed their salaries in January) fall under it: military personnel, police officers with special ranks, FSIN officers, firefighters, customs officers and employees of the federal courier service.

Military pensions will also be increased, the size of which directly depends on the size of the salaries of active servicemen. Today there are about 2.5 million military pensioners in Russia.

The central bank imposes restrictions on loans

From October 1, the regulator introduces new restrictions on the issuance of consumer loans for banks: the Central Bank increases the risk ratio on loans that will be issued to already loaned clients.

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According to Rossiyskaya Gazeta, the premiums increase on loans with a high total cost of credit (CCC) and loans provided to citizens with a high debt burden (HDL). According to the regulator, this will reduce the incentives of banks to increase risky lending and limit the growth of the debt burden of Russians.

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