Italy: government to give healthcare workers a € 90 million ‘bonus’

Mario Draghi’s government intends to allocate 90 million euros from 1 January as a “bonus” for doctors and nurses working in emergencies in Italian public hospitals.

The goal of this move is to reward the great effort and fatigue of Italian healthcare workers who have found themselves in incredibly difficult conditions over the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This item is included in the new state budget, which in the coming weeks is subject to discussion and approval by the Italian Parliament and Senate.

According to the decision of the Government of Rome, 27 million euros will be allocated for doctors and 63 million for the rest of the staff.

It would be good if Greece followed their example.

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