Temporary occupied territories ministry publishes information about situation with toxic emissions by Crimea Titan
The Ministry for Temporary Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine has published up-to-date information about the situation with toxic emissions by the Crimea Titan plant.
According to the Department of Health of the Kherson Regional Administration, no cases of chemical poisoning among the population have been recorded. There is no need to evacuate the population.
According to the State Emergencies Service, on September 7, Havrylivka and Oleksandrivka villages of Kalanchak district were degassed using specialized equipment. Some 81 km of roads were processed. And on September 8, the degassing of roads was carried out in the villages of Myrne and Preobrazhenka (Kalanchak district), as well as Hryhorivka and Pershokostiantynivka (Chaplynka district).
In addition, the Kalanchak checkpoint continues to work only on the entry of citizens from the annexed peninsula. The Russian Federation has not yet opened the checkpoint from the side of Crimea. They allow persons to cross the border only in case of extreme importance: poisoning and treatment in Ukrainian hospitals.
"Three people passed. This is a family with a husband after the surgery," the report said.
To prevent possible negative consequences for the health of children 2,000 people will be sent to Skadovsk.
"Children will study at school and relax with their parents and accompanying teachers," the department said.
As reported, on September 7, 200 people were sent to recreation centers and on September 8 - 500 people.