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The Ministry of Health and Population announced, Providing detection and treatment services for 1,724 cases through the clinics of the Egyptian Medical Mission for Hajj, Until last Wednesday evening, Among them, 639 cases received service in Makkah Al-Mukarramah clinics, And 1080 cases in Medina.
Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the official spokesperson for the Ministry of Health and Population, said: 3 patients were transferred to Saudi hospitals in Madinah. All of them recovered and were discharged from the hospitals. He added that coordination has been made to conduct dialysis sessions for an Egyptian pilgrim. Coordination was also made to receive chemotherapy sessions for a tumor patient.
Abdul Ghaffar indicated that two additional clinics were introduced to serve pilgrims in Makkah Al-Mukarramah. Coinciding with the start of the flock to Mecca, This brings the total number of clinics there to 11 clinics spread over 8 hotels. The total number of clinics in the Holy Land has reached 14 clinics.
from fis part, Dr. Amr Kandil, Head of the Preventive Medicine Sector, confirmed: Head of the Hajj Medical Mission, The safety of all Egyptian pilgrims from any infectious diseases, The existence of full cooperation and coordination with all hospitals, and Saudi health authorities.
Kandil added that the medical mission teams, It continues its regular passage of the residences of Egyptian pilgrims. at their residence in Makkah Al-Mukarramah hotels, and Medina, With organizing daily seminars to educate pilgrims about the measures to be taken to protect themselves from diseases, To keep them safe during the rituals, And even their return to Egyptian lands.
Dr. Amr Kandil explained, That the medical mission was issued since the first days of the formation, By presenting 623 seminars to educate pilgrims, Among them, 95 seminars were presented in the residence rooms, And 528 seminars in gathering places in mosques, restaurants and means of transportation for pilgrims. He pointed out that the total number of beneficiaries of the seminars reached 3,635 pilgrims