In Ivano-Frankivsk, those wishing to be vaccinated blocked doctors in the vaccination center
The doctors wanted to go home earlier, as they ran out of vaccines for the coronavirus infection.
In Ivano-Frankivsk, at the Panorama PLAZA shopping and entertainment center in the vaccination center, doctors had to prematurely finish work due to a shortage of vaccines against coronavirus. However, those wishing to get a coronavirus vaccine have blocked doctors. They demanded to give an injection to everyone who stood in line. This was announced on Friday, October 29, by the “Center for Primary Medical and Consultative and Diagnostic Aid” on its page in Facebook.
Those wishing to receive the vaccine threatened that they would not release the doctors until the last visitor was vaccinated.
Due to the situation, the doctors had to call a police detachment.
“After numerous negotiations and intervention of the National Police officers, the situation has been settled at the moment, the doctors have finalized their shift,” the message says.
Local mass media referring to those who came to be vaccinated, they said that the cause of the scandal was a shortage of vaccines.
“I came at 4 pm, asked for time off from work. Nobody told us in advance that there were not enough vaccines. And then, when more than 100 people gathered, there were 32 doses left, then 17, then 12. We do not blame the doctors – we want to provide them with better conditions and do something to us, because we are not vaccinated and a crowd has formed, “Lilia Golovatskaya, a participant in the events, told reporters.
The journalists added that in the indicated vaccination center, the last vaccination was used at 19.15.
As a reminder, from October 30 seven more areas will fall into the red zone: Zhitomirskaya, Ivano-Frankovskaya, Kievskaya, Luganskaya, Lvovskaya, Khmelnitskaya and Chernigovskaya.
Previously mayor of Ivano-Frankivsk Ruslan Martsinkiv promised to allocate one million hryvnia for the development of infrastructure for an educational institution, which will be the first to ensure 100% vaccination of employees against coronavirus.