The ration packs are compared to the portions in blockaded Leningrad.
At Slonim Hospital, patients are given jacket potatoes for lunch. The potatoes are also accompanied by bits of bread and cooked sausage.
Slonim residents report about it on the pages of local websites, Radio Racyja reports.
There is a number of different comments. Most of all, people write in the comments that the lunch can be compared with the food of the blockaded Leningrad during the Second World War. Other comments say that the children's hospital in Hrodna does not feed better.