On Tuesday, January 12, a farewell ceremony was held in Kaluga with the chief physician of the Regional Center for Emergency Medicine and Disaster Medicine Victoria Kardash. Alan Tskayev, head of the Ministry of Health of the Kaluga Region, expressed his condolences.
Back in December, the woman was diagnosed with COVID-19, and other diseases worsened against the background of the virus. At first she tried to recover herself, was hospitalized in a Kaluga hospital, and then transported to Moscow. But these efforts were unsuccessful.
In the appeal of the Kaluga Ministry of Health, it is noted that Victoria Kardash devoted 30 years to Kaluga medicine. She came to the ambulance in 1990 immediately after graduation, became the head of the service in 2018 and, as her colleagues note, during these four years she managed to do a lot. And it’s not only about strengthening the staff, but also about building up the material base. In the near future, the center should move to a new building on Gorky Street.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Victoria Vitalievna has remained at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19, and it was he who caused her death.
“It so happens that doctors die from those diseases with which they are relentlessly fighting. I express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Victoria Vitalievna Kardash and her colleagues. We will keep her memory forever,” said Tskayev.