Reserves of oxygen for patients in the north of Kosovo are small and insufficient, Director of the Health Centre in Mitrovica North, Milan Ivanovic said, Radio KIM Reports.
“There are reserves now, however, they are insufficient and won’t last long. I hope that we would stabilize supply of oxygen in the coming days,” Milan Ivanovic said, following the meeting with the Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade yesterday.
Meanwhile, workers of the health sector in the north but also in other Serb areas in Kosovo would protest today at noon.
Director of the Health Centre in Gracanica, Bratislav Lazic told RTS, Pristina’s taxes are impairing supply of medicaments, medical material and oxygen.
According to Lazic functioning of the hospital in Gracanica for the time being is stable, however, reserves of the medicaments are on the verge. He also warns that reserves of the medicaments for children are decreasing, while child births are happening on a daily basis in this health center.
He warned if crisis with the taxes continues, Serbian health institutions south of the Ibar River would be able to treat urgent cases only.