RFC helps hospitals to fight coronavirus
The Russian Fishery Company has provided assistance to hospitals in Primorskiy Krai in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. The company allocated 520 thousand rubles for the purchase of medicines for the Regional Children's Clinical Hospital No. 2 of Vladivostok (KDKB). In addition, the RFC donated 15 tons of Pollock to hospitals in the region for staff and patients.
Medicines of a new generation for Vladivostok KDKB are designed to treat severe forms of pneumonia.
“The most difficult patients need “heavy artillery”, powerful reserve medicines,” explained Inna Zelenkova, head doctor of the hospital. - I’m talking about original imported drugs, the analogues of which are ineffective in severe cases of the disease. Buying such drugs for medical facilities is always problematic, because they are 2-3 times more expensive. Now, with the help of purchased antibiotics, we are fighting for the life of an eight-month-old girl from Arsenyev with acute bilateral pneumonia. ”
In addition to medicines, the hospitals received 200 kg of Pollock.
“A high-quality and varied diet will help the hospital staff strengthen their immunity and not get infected, and small patients are more likely to recover,” says Inna Zelenkova.
18 hospitals from Vladivostok, Artem and Ussuriysk received fish products from RFC.
“The well-being of the region inhabitants is a priority for us,” commented the RFC’s CEO Viktor Litvinenko, “we cannot stand aside and are glad to contribute to protecting the health of both adults and young residents of Primorye. Today, our help is needed for medical institutions that are at the forefront of the difficult fight against infection. ”