Hospitals in South Ossetia received humanitarian aid from compatriots

Thu, 28/10/2021 - 11:46

The Health Ministry of South Ossetia expressed gratitude to compatriots abroad for the humanitarian assistance provided to medical institutions of the Republic.

"The necessary drugs and equipment were transferred to the Republican Multidisciplinary Center and the Kvaysa Hospital," the Ministry's press service said in a statement posted on the telegram channel.

The Health Ministry has noted that similar assistance was being provided by compatriots in 2020 regularly and on time in a difficult period for the Republic, associated with an unstable epidemiological situation.

Since the beginning of autumn, an increase in the coronavirus disease has been observed in South Ossetia; 195 patients are being treated at the Tskhinval medical center.

In order to ensure the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population, to prevent the further spread of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) on the territory of the Republic, by the decree of President Anatoly Bibilov, non-working days were announced from November 1 to November 7, with salaries reserved for employees.

Earlier, by the decision of the operation staff, the work of educational and preschool institutions was suspended and ceremonial events were prohibited.

Until December 1, it is prohibited to hold weddings, mass solemn and religious, cultural, sports and entertainment events. The operation staff recommended limiting attendance at funerals and wakes. "When visiting these events, it is necessary to strictly observe the mask regime.

Public catering facilities are prohibited from holding mass celebrations. Also, their management should limit the occupancy rate to 50% of the total number of seats.

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