New Year’s Eve relatively calm in Skopje, doctors say

New Year’s Eve relatively calm in Skopje, doctors say
The New Year's Eve in Skopje was relatively calm, say doctors of the capital's hospitals.

Twenty-seven intoxicated patients were admitted overnight - the youngest a 16 year and the oldest 48 year-old, Toxicology Clinic Director Niko Bekarovski told reporters on Monday.

'We are pleased to say that after a long period we saw no narcotic overdose patients,' Bekarovski said.

University clinic for surgical diseases St. Naum Ohridski admitted 65 patients, five of them have been hospitalized  and four underwent a surgery. However none of them was treated for an injury during the Christmas Eve, Clinic Director Ivan Spirovski said.

Ninety-six people sought medical help at the Skopje City General Hospital '8 September', which as doctor Jasmin Ciriviri said was a regular number for a holiday season.

'Four of them were mildly intoxicated and several injured in fights,' Ciriviri said

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