Medical institutions are increasingly reorienting themselves to the treatment of Russian military personnel.
The anti-tuberculosis dispensary in Kakhovka, Kherson Region, captured by the Russians, stopped serving civilians. A hospital is being built there for the treatment of military Russian occupation forces. To provide services, they involve Russian doctors who are systematically brought to the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. In particular, a new group of 30 doctors arrived at Mykhailivka multidisciplinary hospital in the Zaporizhzhya region.
In general, in all hospitals on the TOT, an order has been issued regarding the priority service of the Russian military. Even when providing emergency aid, preference is given to Russians. Because of this, the situation in the temporarily occupied regions is critical against the background of the aggravation of the epidemiological situation and the humanitarian crisis in general. Mortality among the civilian population is increasing significantly.
The National Resistance Center calls on the residents of TOT to leave the region and, if possible, to move to territories controlled by Kyiv.