GOMEL, 5 April (BelTA) – Mobile drugstores have been set up in Poddobryanka and Novaya Guta near the Belarusian-Ukrainian border for Ukrainian citizens, BelTA learned from the website of the Gomel branch of the Belarusian Red Cross.
An outlet for issuing medications operates as part of the mobile humanitarian aid station in the village of Poddobryanka. Residents of the Ukrainian village of Dobryanka come here for aid. If necessary, medics consult the rural residents and write prescriptions, which the Gomel eparchy of the Belarusian Orthodox Church uses to deliver the necessary medications.
A mobile drugstore has also been opened in Novaya Guta where Ukrainian citizens can get medications. The Gomel drugstore chain Farmatsiya opened the mobile outlet for selling medications. If some medications are unavailable right now, they are delivered the next day. Doctor’s recommendations are also available. After examining and consulting patients, the doctor can give recommendations or write a prescription for buying medications from the mobile drugstore.
The mobile drugstore in Novaya Guta is open at 8:00-15:00 every day while the mobile drugstore in Poddobryanka is available at 12:00-15:00.