She noted that the region is supported by a mobile laboratory of a special anti-epidemic team.
Regular testing of samples of drinking water, water from wells and wells, sea water and water in the North Crimean Canal continues to check for deviations from standard indicators; no pathogenic microorganisms have been identified, Popova clarified.
According to her, disinfection measures have been carried out and supplies of vaccines and other drugs have been arranged. “Providing water, providing food, providing temporary accommodation centers for people – all this, of course, made it possible to avoid any complications of an epidemiological nature,” Popova emphasized.
Ukrainian troops on the night of June 6 struck a series of blows at the Kakhovskaya HPP, as a result of which the upper part of the station was destroyed, the reservoir dam itself was not damaged. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the destruction of the hydroelectric power station a barbaric act of the Kyiv regime and noted that this led to a large-scale environmental and humanitarian disaster. Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov believes that one of the goals of blowing up the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station is to deprive Crimea of water.