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29 November 2021, 12:31

Refugees stuck at Belarusian-Polish border get medical aid in full

GRODNO, 29 November (BelTA) – The refugees get medical aid in full, doctors receive about 100-120 patients every day, BelTA learned from Chairman of the Education, Science, Culture, and Social Development Commission of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Viktor Liskovich. The upper chamber of the Belarusian parliament has empowered the senator to coordinate the delivery of humanitarian aid to the refugees.

29 November is the 22nd day since the refugees arrived at the Belarusian-Polish border. They are staying in a transportation and logistics hub near the Belarusian border checkpoint Bruzgi. Viktor Liskovich noted that the refugees are supplied with everything they need. Two ambulances are stationed outside the hub 24/7.

The senator said: “Medical aid is provided in full. About 100-120 people apply for consultations and outpatient care every day. About ten people are hospitalized daily on the average. For instance, four people with acute appendicitis were hospitalized on Saturday. All of them received surgeries in time.”

Ten refugees are now in Grodno hospitals, including seven kids. Their state is stable and shows positive dynamics.

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