In Mariupol every day 10-15 people complain about symptoms of cholera or dysentery. People experience vomiting, diarrhea, and headache.
An adviser to the mayor, referring to sources from the circle of collaborators, reports that there are no reagents for testing people or antibiotics in the hospitals of the occupied city, since the Russians took everything out. At the same time, instead of treatment, people are sent home.
“The occupiers have limited communication with Mariupol residents in hospitals. In hospital No. 2, the Russian military is in the hospital, since the day before yesterday they have not visited the common canteen. Everything is separate,” Andryushchenko said.