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General insurance of the population will work from today
09:59 01.09.2012
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General insurance of the population will be in force from today. As the Ministry of Health says, more than a million people are insured for now. 
Note, that pensioners, children under age 6 and vulnerable people can use the state insurance free of charge. 
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