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VOLGOGRAD, January 01, 15:36 /ITAR-TASS/. Within several days, up to 15 more patients may be evacuated to Moscow following the terrorist attacks in Volgograd. The evacuation is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, head of the federal medical-biological agency Vladimir Uiba told reporters on Wednesday.
“We have 15 patients, whose conditions are extreme or moderately serious. We are paying special attention to them. And they are the ones who we plan for transportation within several days,” he said.
The authority will send over two-three patients at a time. The patients require high-technology assistance and further rehabilitation, Uiba said.