Health services at a Milan migrant
pre-removal centre (CPR) under investigation for fraud and bid
rigging were totally inadequate, a prosecutor's inspection
warrant said Friday.
The health service, with doctors and nurses, was "absolutely" inadequate, with a lack of medicines' and fitness-for-life examinations for guests with epilepsy, hepatitis, brain tumours and other serious illnesses also "absolutely lacking", the warrant said.
The psychological and psychiatric support was "largely insufficient" and provided by staff who do not know the language of the guests, said the prosecutor.
"They live in a facility with dirty rooms and bathrooms 'in disgraceful conditions and are served smelly, rotten, and expired food," said the inspection warrant for the CPR in via Corelli in Milan, which the public prosecutor's Office is investigating.
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