Updated: Apr 21
A German hospital has apologized after a slurry of condemnation and criticism for preventing its employees from accepting patients from Russia and Belarus.
German local media reported Friday that Iatros-Klinik GmbH hospital in Munich sent an administrative order earlier to its employees not to receive Russian and Belarusian patients.
The hospital had asked the administrators to postpone the planned operations of the Russian and Belarusian patients if any, and in its administrative order, the hospital strongly condemned the Russian special military operation in Ukraine with the help of the Belarusian government.
After the hospital's administrative order was circulated on social media, the hospital was slammed with a wave of criticism and objections to unprofessional and inhumane behavior.