We don't live here, we survive. Electricity has been cut off for almost three years, and we could not leave the village at all. The roads here are terrible, and shops are closed. There are no medical services or transport communications.
The nearest doctors are a few dozen kilometers away. Therefore, we have only one way out – help each other out.
When someone asks, I can measure blood pressure. I measure it often, because people have daily stress, which may be deadly for the elderly.