From the very first days of the spread of COVID-19 in the country, in Bishkek, doctors stood up to protect the city. A heavy load fell on doctors, paramedics, dispatchers and drivers of the emergency medicine center (EMC), in spite of everything, they were at the forefront of the fight against an invisible enemy for the lives of people, every minute risking their health and life.
Today Vice Mayor for social policy Aizhan Chynybaeva handed over six brand new A-class ambulances to the capital ambulance.
Russian-made «Sobol» cars are intended for general ambulance crews. They are equipped with all the necessary medical and diagnostic equipment: to supply oxygen to the patient, electrocardiographs, nebulizers, suitcases for storing medicines.
Now there are 54 cars on the balance sheet of the City Health Department fleet, of which 13 are to be written off, plus 8 special vehicles are registered with the EMC. By the way, a day, on average, 31-34 brigades leave the line.
The special vehicles were delivered by the «Virage» company for about 13.7 million soms, the funds were provided for in the city budget.
It should be reminded that in June this year, the City Health Department of the capital city hall announced a tender for the purchase of six A-class ambulances for the Emergency Medicine Center (EMC) in Bishkek.
Dear citizens! Please take care of yourself and your loved ones!
Bishkek – our beloved city!