Aden – Saba
Prime Minister, Dr. Moeen Abdul-Malik, was briefed on the level of implementation of a number of health projects in the temporary capital, Aden and the liberated governorates, within the framework of the general program of the government and the Ministry of Public Health and Population, to raise the capabilities of the medical and treatment sector, and improve health services.
In a meeting in the temporary capital Aden, with Minister of Public Health and Population, Dr. Qassem Baheibah, the Prime Minister was briefed on the expected time plan to start operating Aden Hospital after its rehabilitation and the signing of a contract to operate it with funding from the SDRPY, and directed to provide all necessary facilities to speed up the process of restarting the hospital as soon as possible.
The Prime Minister also directed the completion and rehabilitation of Al-Dhalea Hospital and Socotra Hospital, the completion of projects that took place during the face of the corona pandemic, including oxygen factories, and the transformation of isolation centers in the governorates into fever hospitals.
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