Donetsk, Nov 3 — DAN. Repairs on the blood transfusion center of Mariupol’s intensive therapy hospital are nearing completion, said the state-owned organization engaged in the project. 

“The facility’s area exceeds 6,500 square meters. It was built in 1980 and has not seen major repairs since, ” the press service of the Single Customer on the Field of Construction reported.  Medical personnel are already working on the first floor whose area totals some 4,000 square meters.

The renovation deadline was set for December. The restoration of the in-patient hospital, food unit and other facilities will continue.

In October, the company finished the repairs of the primary care and diagnostic centers on hospital premises. The Russian government allocated 698 million rubles to the city’s intensive therapy hospital in late September for repairs and purchase of 1,600 medical supplies including ultrasound machines and medical ventilators.*jk