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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 20.09.2018, 14:07

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Latvian residents will have to pay 206.40 euros to have access to all healthcare services

Latvian residents will have to pay 206.40 euros to have access to all healthcare services

30.08.2018

Residents who do not have state health insurance will have to make a payment of 206.40 euros to have access to all healthcare services paid for by the state as of January 1, 2019, informs LETA referring to the Health Minister Anda Caksa (Greens/Farmers).

Keyword tags: Health, Insurance, Latvia, Markets and Companies, Medicine



Reorganization of ambulance crews in the regions put on hold

Reorganization of ambulance crews in the regions put on hold

29.08.2018

The Health Ministry, Emergency Medical Service and Trade Union of Health and Social Care Employees of Latvia have agreed that reorganization of ambulance crews in Latgale, Vidzeme and Zemgale provinces will be put on hold, informs LETA.

Olainfarm pharmaceutical group raises sales 4% in seven months of 2018

Olainfarm pharmaceutical group raises sales 4% in seven months of 2018

20.08.2018

In the first seven months of 2018, Latvia's Olainfarm pharmaceutical group raised sales 4% against the same period last year to EUR 70.602 mln, informs LETA.


66.2% of babies born in Latvia last year were healthy

66.2% of babies born in Latvia last year were healthy

30.07.2018

66.2 % of newborns were born healthy last year, according to the Center for Disease Prevention and Control writes LETA/BNS.

Latvian health minister stands by promise of health care financing at 4% of GDP

Latvian health minister stands by promise of health care financing at 4% of GDP

11.07.2018

There are no grounds for concern that the Latvian government will not keep its promise about increasing health care financing to 4% of gross domestic product (GDP) by 2020, Health Minister Anda Caksa told LETA.


08.06.2018

Alcohol consumption grows 0.7% in Estonia in 2017

According to the results of a study of the Estonian alcohol market and consumption, commissioned by the Ministry of Social Affairs and carried out by the Institute of Economic Research (EKI), Estonian residents' alcohol consumption increased 0.7% last year to 10.3 liters of absolute alcohol per an adult, reports LETA/BNS.

30.05.2018

In 2017, retail prices of alcoholic beverages grew by 11.7% in Lithuania

Statistics Lithuania informs that in 2017, based on provisional data, absolute (100%) alcohol consumption per resident aged 15 and older amounted to 12.3 litres (by 0.9 litres less than in 2016).

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