In Shyroke village in Mykolaiv region, outpatient clinic damaged by Russians restored

In Shyroke village in Mykolaiv region, outpatient clinic damaged by Russians restored

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Another outpatient clinic damaged by the Russian occupiers has been restored in the Mykolaiv region.

This was reported by the Ministry of Health, according to Ukrinform.

"In the Mykolaiv region, an outpatient clinic of general family medicine has been restored in the village of Shyroke. Since the beginning of the war, it has been serving residents of three territorial communities, two of which - Snihuriv and Horokhiv - were under temporary occupation until November last year, and the medical institution was in the area of active hostilities," the statement said.

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The Ministry of Health notes that the outpatient clinic sustained significant damage: the roof, windows, doors, interior partitions, and ceiling were smashed. After the liberation of the territories from the occupiers, thanks to partners and charitable organizations, in May 2023, the institution managed to completely replace the windows and carry out routine repairs.

Now the outpatient clinic is functioning and providing medical care to residents of the region, but still needs additional furniture and equipment.

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According to the Ministry of Health, 50 medical facilities in the Mykolaiv region have been restored since the beginning of the full-scale war, and another 70 have been partially restored.

As reported, during the 17 months of full-scale war in Ukraine, 1,389 medical facilities were damaged and 186 were destroyed. 343 medical facilities were fully restored and another 414 were partially restored.

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