HAJJAH - SABA
The first deputy governor of Hajjah, Nasser Duqayn, inspected the routine function of Al-Jaada Health Center, an affiliate to King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works, to get acquainted with the health services provided to citizens in the liberated districts north of Hajjah.
Duqayn and the directors of Al-Jaada and administrative officials in the province listened to a presentation of an action plan against dengue fever and malaria, and medical services provided to citizens in the districts Midi, Hiran, Haradh and Bani Hassan north of Abs district.
Duqayn was briefed by the Director of Al-Jaada Mohamed Abdel-Hamid, about the mechanism of work of his health center, the number of dengue and malaria cases reported on a daily basis and the deployment of health workers to conduct anti-mosquito spraying campaigns.
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