Public health situation in temporarily occupied Sievierodonetsk deteriorating, rodents multiplying
In temporarily occupied Sievierodonetsk, Luhansk region, where water and power are supplied only partially, the public health situation is deteriorating
The head of the military-civilian administration of Sievierodonetsk, Oleksandr Stryuk, shared the information with Espreso TV.
"The city is partially supplied with power - we managed to bring it from Novoaydar. Water is partially supplied to the city on an hourly basis. There has been no heat and there will not be any in the near future. The sewerage system does not work in the city - it is used as little as possible. The Siverskyi Donets River is polluted by mechanical flow - what leaks out is filling the collector, where it has survived. This leads to a deterioration in the sanitary situation in the city, with reports of a total rodent overgrowth. This also leads to a deterioration in the sanitary situation," he said.