How capable hromadas are counteracting coronavirus

The heads of capable hromadas of Ukraine share their keys to success in counteracting the coronavirus spread.

The head of the Veselivska AH of the Zaporizhia region Petro Kiyashko: «We’ve decided to raise salaries of the medical staff, counteracting the epidemic».

The head of the Bashtanska AH of the Mykolaiv region Ivan Rubskyi: «Daily our businessmen use their own vehicles to give doctors a lift to work and back home».

The head of the Velykohaivska AH of the Ternopil region Oleh Kokhman: «For 4 years the Velykohaivska AH has invested approximately 17 million UAH in the medical sphere».

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