In the temporarily occupied territories, all hospitals primarily serve the occupiers. As a result, there was a shortage of medicines for civilians.
Since the priority of the use of medicines is shifted to the needs of the occupiers, there is currently a shortage both in hospitals and pharmacies. The same medicines that are on the shelves are of much worse quality.
At the same time, most hospitals no longer accept civilians for inpatient treatment, or place wounded occupiers in neighboring departments. Thus, a real medical crisis is observed in the region.
We will remind, in Crimea, blood and its components were taken from transfusion centers for a military hospital, which caused a shortage in civilian institutions.