In fact, people are “pumped up” with pills, painkillers and sent home. It is called being treated in a “quiet environment”.
In occupied Mariupol, hospitals stopped accepting civilian patients because there were many wounded Russian soldiers there. This was announced by Advisor to the Mayor of Mariupol Pyotr Andryushchenko.
“There were so many wounded Russians that the hospitals in Mariupol stopped accepting sick civilians. In fact, people were “pumped up” with pills, painkillers and sent home. This is called undergoing in treatment in a “calm environment,” Andryushchenko wrote.
Accordingly, the mortality rate in Mariupol remains high.
“Every week, because of such a criminal policy, we lose from 300 to 400 residents of Mariupol,” Andryushchenko said.
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