Health care needs between 2,5 and 5 of the number of migrants entering Slovenia, and most of the work was done today in the Brežica area, which also had to be assisted by health professionals from neighboring municipalities, Nina Pirnat of the Slovenian Ministry of Health stated at a press conference in Ljubljana .
Most commonly, they are fatigue and exhaustion, squirms on the feet, viral diseases of the respiratory tract, headaches and diarrhea, and there are cases of chronic diseases that are being solved in hospitals, according to the assessment that Slovenian health care teams are doing well.
According to Slovenian reporters on the field, there is a critical situation with footwear and dry clothes for migrants who had to wait in the rain and wind for entering Slovenia, so humanitarian organizations appealed to the population and the companies in which donations were sought, while in some centers a problem because the Slovene army needs to worry about being able to prepare only 2000 hot meals a day, so migrants often only get sandwiches or energy plates.
Because of the large influx of refugees who entered Croatia from the previous 24 hour, some migrants were located in abandoned factory buildings at the stadiums or in the open air, but the matter was resolved and transferred to reception centers, mostly at the border with Austria, which still receives migrants . According to the Slovenian authorities, Austria does this at a low pace that would ensure the flow of migrant waves.
State Secretary in the Interior Ministry, Boštjan Šefic, said in the afternoon that Slovenia is steadily increasing its current migration capacity and will soon have 13 to 14 thousands of available refugees.
According to official data from the Slovenian side to 12 hours today, the 6092 migrants have entered Slovenia into the Slovenian territory, and since Friday, almost 19.500: In Austria, today something more than 2000 has passed.
Although the amendments to the defense law that the Parliament should accept today are not yet adopted, today, according to the media, the 140 soldiers are now sent to the border by the media to help the border police. Under an amended law, the military would gain additional tasks with current logistical assistance to the police to increase control of illegal entry.
The media say that Prime Minister Cerar does not completely rule out the deployment of borders with Croatian armored cars or even partitions and fences, even though it is a boundary of a long 670 kilometer that is difficult to physically overcome. (Hina)