In the temporarily occupied south, the number of wounded occupiers has increased, which is why the enemy’s doctors are unable to cope.
Thus, in Melitopol, Russian doctors who were imported began to be laid off due to the high intensity of work. New doctors are in no hurry to come to the temporarily occupied city. Therefore, the enemy has a significant shortage of medical workers, and the increase in payments does not help this.
Due to such a load, local hospitals almost do not work with the civilian population, because priority goes to enemy soldiers. The situation is similar with medicines – they are brought to hospitals specifically for the treatment of Russian soldiers.
We will remind you that earlier the occupiers transferred all the hospitals of Luhansk region to the service of the Russian army. Civilians are denied treatment and are forced to go to other regions for medical help.