Zelensky told what steps authorities are taking to solve problems in Ukrainian medical institutions

Source : 112 Ukraine

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23:10, 3 April 2020

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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky told what steps the authorities are taking to solve problems in Ukrainian medical facilities, as  112 Ukraine TV channel reports.

According to Zelensky, in the Ternopil region, work is continuing on providing doctors to the city of Monastyrsk.

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"The staff of the medical staff is fully staffed and continues to work, for which many thanks to them. As of now, there are 4 ventilation machines in the hospital. The local government will buy more, the relevant tender has been placed at ProZorro. The workers are provided with suits and respirators for the coming days, work is underway their full provision with everything necessary," the President said.

The President also noted that medics in the city of Dubno drew attention to the fact that emergency doctors were not provided with personal protective equipment.

“From Kyiv, we sent 1,000 protective suits and 6,000 masks specifically for medical workers. But the Department of Health of the Rivne region, distributing funds, unfortunately, made a mistake and did not pass emergency medical care. Yesterday the issue was partially resolved,” Zelensky emphasized.

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In addition, the President of Ukraine recalled that ambulance workers from Zaporizhya rightly complained that they were not included in the list of health workers who would receive a cash bonus for countering coronavirus.

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