Manchester Charity Launched Urgent Appeal To Provide Medical Aid to Ukraine

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A humanitarian charity based in The University of Manchester has now launched an urgent appeal for Ukraine, as the country is now seeking to raise money for providing the emergency medical aid for the millions of people of the country that are displace by the invasion of Russia.

More than two million people have already been fled the country, and most of the people have left with just the clothes on the backs of the people and tens of thousands of the people are now having a injuries or the previously existing health conditions, and the temperatures across the region have still been dropping bellowing the freezing point.

The WHO (World Health Organization) has now dangerously reported low supplies of oxygen inside the country of Ukraine and the vaccinations have been stopped in spite of the fact that, only 40 percent of the population of the country had been fully vaccinated for the novel corona virus and it had also been battling an outbreak of polio disease since the month of October 2021.

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As the number of the casualties of civilians and the deaths have been continuously increasing and the hospitals are bombed by the forces of Russia, the healthcare workers including both outside and inside Ukraine have been needing the urgent support with the trauma and surgical care.