Mariupol Locked Up in the Terrible Quarantine

by Olha Povaliaieva
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Mariupol Locked Up in the Terrible Quarantine

The occupiers closed the city because of a cholera outbreak

Cholera is an infectious disease that occurs in unsanitary conditions. Due to the actions of the Russian occupiers, Mariupol does not have only a constant water supply, cleanliness, and normal food. Mariupol is planted with the corpses of soldiers and civilians. But the occupation authorities do not take serious action, so the city became hostage to a terrible disease.

It is important to note that Russia was aware of this development. As early as the spring, the Russian media disseminated information about cholera prevention. Later, the Russian Minister of Health signed a document on preparing the territories bordering Ukraine for a large number of infected cholera. 

Russia’s inaction led to Mariupol being closed to quarantine in early summer. It should be noted that the higher the temperature, the more dangerous the disease becomes.

The Russian occupation authority of Mariupol closed the city. The reason was a high rise in morbidity and mortality. Some symptoms resemble cholera.

On the Ukrainian side, advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andriushenko believes that the cause is dirty water, which is now used by people to survive. The Sea of Azov in Mariupol pollutes because of shallow graves and debris that continues to rot on the streets of the city. Therefore, the occupied city began to record the first cases of infection with infections that affect the stomach tract.

If the occupiers continue to create mass graves and do not act, the infection could spread from Azov to the Black Sea. It will be dangerous for all countries with sea access. We remind you that the epidemic was planned by the Russians.

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