Ukraine's General Staff says hospitals in Crimea have stopped admitting civilians to free up beds for wounded soldiers

29 May, 02:13 PM
Hospitals in Crimea have stopped admitting civilians to free up beds for wounded soldiers (Photo:AKuptsova/pixabay.com)

Hospitals in Crimea have stopped admitting civilians to free up beds for wounded soldiers (Photo:AKuptsova/pixabay.com)

Russian invading forces are suffering such huge losses that hospitals in Ukraine’s Russian-occupied territory of Crimea have stopped admitting civilians in order to free up beds for wounded soldiers, Ukraine's General Staff said in a Facebook post on May 29.

"Thus, in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the occupation administration ordered a halt to the admittance of civilians in order to vacate the beds for the wounded," the report says.

In addition, the collection of donated blood is being stepped up intensively, the report adds. Ukraine’s military says that Russia has lost over 30,000 soldiers in the three months since the Kremlin launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

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Ukraine also says it has destroyed over 1,300 Russian tanks, with the U.S. Pentagon putting its own confirmed figure of Russian tank losses at around 1,000.

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