The Managing Authority for POIM 2014-2020 ensured the signing of three new financing contracts, in the current health context, according to a communiqué of the Ministry of European Investments and Projects, sent on Saturday to AGERPRES.
Thus, a financing of 3.6 million lei provides for the endowment with protection equipment of the Emergency County Clinical Hospital and of the Clinical Hospital of Infectious Diseases from Braşov County. The project will contribute to improving the quality and efficiency of the public medical system in Brasov, by purchasing medical and protective equipment in the two units that provide medical assistance to patients tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The second signed contract envisages the granting of financial support in the amount of 2.8 million lei from European funds for investments in the sanitary infrastructure of the Slobozia County Emergency Hospital, taking into account the need to urgently replace the precarious medical equipment existing in this area. hospital. By implementing the project, medical staff will be able to improve their ability to respond to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Additionally, 532,642 lei will be used for the purchase of medical protection equipment for the two educational units in Căianu Mic commune, Bistriţa-Năsăud county, respectively “Ion Căian Românul” Technological High School and Dobric Secondary School. Students, teachers and auxiliary staff will have at their disposal protective masks and gloves, disinfectants, automatic dispensers, UV lamps, etc., so that the development of the education process will take place in the healthiest conditions possible.
“The Ministry of European Investments and Projects continues to fund POIM projects, dedicated to combating the pandemic and its serious effects, providing the necessary support for the purchase of medical equipment and protection of students and healthcare professionals, but also better conditions for the care and treatment of infected patients.” , said Secretary of State Cristian Roman.
Another 27 new financing contracts, totaling over 450 million lei of European funds, were recently signed by POIM 2014-2020, in the context of the evolution of the pandemic generated by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.