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Health Care Cost

This is the current cost of healthcare. It is based on the number of hospitals that are available in the country and on the cost of other materials and services that are needed to keep these hospitals running. Most of the cost is in salaries to the hospital workers and these cost fluctuate with the salaries in the country. As a result, the cost of healthcare can vary even if no new hospitals have been set up and none were closed. The one time cost of building the hospitals is not included in this figure. The number of hospitals includes the war hospitals in the country and all the special clinics for treatment of the disabled.

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Health Care Cost This is the current cost of healthcare. It is based on the number of hospitals that are available in the country and on the cost of other materials and services that are needed to keep these hospitals running. Most of the cost is in salaries to the hospital workers and these cost fluctuate with the salaries in the country. As a result, the cost of healthcare can vary even if no new hospitals have been set up and none were closed. The one time cost of building the hospitals is not included in this figure. The number of hospitals includes the war hospitals in the country and all the special clinics for treatment of the disabled.