According to the results of monitoring of the situation in the Moscow business the decision was made to support private medical clinics. About this mayor Sergei Sobyanin said in a blog on its website.
“In the list of industries most affected by the pandemic are included private medical clinics who are faced with a substantial reduction in the number of patients. Many people in the present circumstances postpone planned visits to the doctor. To support private medicine, we have decided to extend until 31 December 2020, the date of payment of advance payments for the first quarter of 2020 for the property tax and land tax,” wrote the mayor.
“in addition, private clinics renting land plots and objects of uninhabited Fund, owned by the city of Moscow will be exempt from rent for the period from March 1, 2020 until the end of the alert, but not earlier than 1 July 2020”, — said the mayor.
Sobyanin said that in the first week after the lifting of restrictions on the activities of the industry to work returned over 90% of the suspended activity of the enterprises of Moscow.
“of Course, in the context of pandemic losses are inevitable. But I am sure that ahead of the Moscow business has good prospects. It’s not just words. We see that in the first week after the lifting of restrictions on the activities of the industry to work returned over 90% of the idle enterprises of Moscow”, — he noted.
Sobyanin recalled that Moscow to help the business took three support package with a total value of 85 billion rubles.
“Trade, restaurants, services, hotels, cultural institutions, physical culture and sports, exhibition, entertainment and educational activities, leisure, tourism, small and medium businesses and other affected industries have received tax credits and payment by installments of rent and other compulsory paymentth. By mid-may, different forms of support have already benefited from 34.8 per thousand companies employing over 750 thousand people”, — he said.
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