Hospitals across Ukraine are facing threats of supply shortages as the number of wounded grows, said Alex Wade, an emergency co-ordinator with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to the BBC.
“The situation is incredibly worrying and is certainly getting more worrying by the day,” Wade said on BBC’s Newshour earlier today. “There are ruptures in what hospitals need to support their patients.”
In some cases medical aid has been stymied by the advancing Russian invasion. Some towns – like port city Mariupol – have been cut off from both power and critical interventions from aid agencies like MSF.
“We are no longer able to communicate with the hospital [in Mariupol],” Wade said. “And we’re very concerned we will lose access to supplying more hospitals in the coming days.”
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