On Saturday chief of the Moscow health care department Andrei Seltsovsky reported that as of today 155 hostages freed in the Theatre Center on Dubrovka in the south-east of Moscow were still staying in hospitals. According to him, 7 people were in grave condition, two of them were in intensive therapy units. 4 children and 7 foreign citizens are among hostages staying in Moscow hospitals.
Seltsovsky reported life to the Echo of Moscow radio station that 496 people were discharged from hospitals. At the same time 29 people were again admitted into hospitals after the discharge, nobody among them being in grave condition. The chief of the department explained recurring hospitalization by the fact that former hostages having experienced a psychological stress hurried to get discharged after feeling themselves relatively well.
According to Seltsovsky, the figure of 119 dead people remained unchanged.
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