FINANCIAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH PATTERNS OF CREATING REGIONAL ROADMAPS TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC
Keywords:local budget, pandemic, reform, road map, the state budget
The paper summarised arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discussions on the financial, socio-economic, environmental, and public health patterns of creating regional roadmaps to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic. The main goals of the paper were to develop the regional anti-epidemiological road map with markers using the instruments of differential calculus. The results of the analysis of the core health care (financial, social, economic, and ecological) determinants which justified the regional differentiation on vulnerabilities of the population of Ukraine from COVID-19 showed that they were based on the findings of other countries and did not consider the national and regional specifics. Methodological instruments were differential calculus of nonlinear equations, which allowed determining the critical values (markers) for each factor, which formalise the «weaknesses» and «bottleneck» of the region in terms of responding to future epidemiological threats. All regions of Ukraine and the city of Kyiv were selected as the object of research. The authors developed the roadmaps for future anti-epidemiological measures for each region of Ukraine. The results of the analysis could be useful for local governments to make informed decisions under existing powers and differentiated decisions to reduce social distancing, quarantine, suspension of economic facilities, changes in financial budgets, etc., considering the differences of each region on public health factors, social, ecological, and economic determinants.
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