Illegals queue up for food at Bruzgi logical center
The first part of the cargo has already been delivered to the Bruzgi logistics center. In total, it is planned to bring 600 sets.
The World Health Organization delivered the first shipment of humanitarian aid to illegal migrants to the Bruzgi logistics center on the Belarusian-Polish border. This was stated by the project manager at the WHO office in Minsk, Oleg Dubovik, RIA Novosti reports on Monday, November 22.
“These are hygiene kits within the framework of the WHO mission, humanitarian aid. Given the tense situation with COVID, they include hand sanitizer, masks, liquid soap, toothpaste, wet wipes, toilet paper,” Dubovik said.
According to him, the first part of the cargo has already been delivered to the center. In total, it is planned to bring 600 sets during the day.
In addition, WHO is going to supply medicines needed for emergency situations.
It became known yesterday that an outbreak of COVID-19 was detected among migrants in Belarus. About 100 people were hospitalized from the Bruzgi logistics center, including those with a severe form of coronavirus.
Poland allowed an “even more complex” scenario of a crisis on the border