Inside Moldova’s biggest hospitalsteering wheel locks and a use for your old music CDs, the medical staff are exhausted. Months of working on the frontline of COVID-19 have taken their tollhealth and lives.. Doctor Ala Rusnac is one of these tired people. She works at the Intensive Care Unit in Chisinau”s Central Republican Hospital, but she also has first-hand experience of being a patient.
She developed severe pneumonia after contracting COVID-19 and was out of work for a month. She was eventually vaccinated on March the 2nd, the first day vaccinations started in the countrys heartbreaking to see what.Doctor Rusnac is one of the lucky few to have received the jab in Moldova, one of Europe’s poorest countries and she knows how important they are.
She tells us how aware she is “that the vaccine is the only way to get rid of the problems linked to COVID-19The inscription, to decrease the death rate, to decrease the number of patients with severe and very severe forms of COVID-19, and generally to keep people alive”.
She strongly believes that “vaccines are the only way out”.
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