The package of several benefits in one Visolajský decided to mow by hand during a sunny Saturday. He has several reasons for this and several advantages, which he also named. “It’s ecological – it doesn’t kill insects like a lawnmower. It’s economical – you don’t change petrol and, most importantly, you don’t send money to the aggressor’s army in Russia,” Visolajsky reveals. Photo gallery (3) Source: Facebook / Peter Visolajský The gym can hide In addition to the fact that Visolajský praises the low noise during this type of mowing, in this case he also has another trump card up his sleeve. “No need to go to the gym, the hay will go to home – local food,” describes Visolajský, who also recommends this type of mowing as an alternative to motor mowers. Deactivation of tension? It is difficult to say where Visolajský gets his inspiration for this activity, but in any case he has had tense weeks full of unrest in the event of protests over the new hospital. Representatives of the Medical Faculty of Comenius University and doctors are calling on the government to decide quickly on the construction of a new university hospital in Bratislava. They emphasized the need to create conditions for the education of future doctors. The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Bratislava, Juraj Šteňo, and the Chairman of the Medical Trade Union Visolajský informed about this at a press conference on Thursday. The Ministry of Health (MH) of the Slovak Republic declares that the construction of a new university hospital in Bratislava is one of the priorities. He is currently evaluating public procurement for project documentation. Photo gallery (3) Source: TASR / Pavol Zachar “We listened to the fact that we cannot have a new hospital because there is no money, today the European Union offers it to us. So it is no longer a financial problem. whether the Ministry of Health is doing its job and whether the government, the Prime Minister and the government parties will keep the promise they made to citizens before the elections in the government’s program statement and build a new university hospital in Bratislava, “Visolajský said. According to him, up to 4,000 doctors may be missing in 2025.
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