Head of medical center ‘Novi Sanzhary’ spoke about conditions for evacuated

Source : 112 Ukraine

He says that the situation is very satisfactory now
16:12, 21 February 2020


The head of the medical center ‘Novi Sanzhary’ in the Poltava region Oleksandr Blinov spoke about sanitary measures and living conditions for those evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan. He said this on the 112 Ukraine channel.

"We have climbers going to the pump station (sewer pumping station, - 112 International), this is our pump station. Disinfectionists will be thrown into this pump station every day at the indicated time. To do this, we have started a special journal, which is numbered and the time will be indicated at 17:00, disinfection of these effluents will be carried out," Blinov stated.

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The head of the medical center also said that the evacuated do not get any products that run off quickly. An agreement was concluded with a Poltava company, which delivers first and second courses in the boxes.

“Food supplies are generally organized, I think, like on an airplane. An agreement has been signed with a Poltava company that brings special boxes where there are first and second courses,” he said.

Oleksandr Blinov denied the fact that all employees of the medical center were sent on vacation at their own expense. He said that two employees were on sick leave and three more on vacation. Of these, one is visually impaired, and the other on vacation for family reasons.

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One man, according to Blinov, wrote a letter of resignation, but then he took it back. According to him, no one had any conversation with him and no one persuaded him to stay.

As we reported before, Israel and Argentina thanked Ukraine for the evacuation of their citizens from China as the embassies of the countries reported.

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