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SIMFEROPOL, November 22. /TASS/. All medical establishments of Crimea have been connected to reserve power sources, First Vice Premier of the republic’s government Mikhail Sheremet, who heads the emergency response headquarters, told reporters on Sunday.
"All hospitals have reported that they have started all diesel generators and have been taking all the necessary measures," the official said.
Earlier on Sunday, Crimea introduced a state of emergency in connection with electric power supply disruption from Ukraine. The peninsula’s power system is currently working in an isolated regime, Sheremet said.