Johnson Loads Medicines for Ukrainian Hospitals

by Olha Povaliaieva
Sunday, November 27, 2022
Johnson Loads Medicines for Ukrainian Hospitals

"Circle Health Group" and Boris Johnson took care of Ukrainian hospitals, whose stocks of medicines will run out in a few weeks

Britain's largest independent hospital supplier Circle Health Group, Ukraine's friend Boris Johnson and Ukraine's ambassador to the UK, Vadim Prystaiko have begun loading essential medicines and supplies for Ukrainian hospitals affected by the Russian invasion.

First of all, Christmas aid will be sent to hospitals that assist wounded Ukrainians and urgent operations for those affected by the war. Employees of these institutions daily risk their lives, saving the lives of their compatriots. And stocks of medicines in these hospitals will run out in a couple of weeks and throughout Ukraine in less than 2 months. The war disrupted medical supply chains, destroyed hospital buildings and killed scores of doctors.

On November 25, Boris Johnson and Vadym Prystaiko arrived at the Circle Health warehouse in Enfield and got acquainted with the process of loading and further logistics of humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

Circle Health has already sent 13 trucks to Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Lviv and Kherson hospitals. In total, the medical cargo cost 300 tons/£3 million.

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