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    Moroccan Military Hospital in Beirut Has Provided over 51,000 Medical Services So Far

    13 Oct 2020

    Beirut - The Moroccan military field hospital, set-up in Beirut following the high instructions of HM King Mohammed VI, has so far provided 51,223 medical services to the people affected by the tragic explosion which took place in the port of Beirut.

    Since the launch of the services of this medical facility on August 10 and until October 12, 21,477 people have benefited from the medical care provided by the hospital staff in various specialties.

    Moreover, the hospital's medical staffs have performed 394 surgeries in various specialities.

    It also provided several basic treatments, including 1,672 medical analyzes and performed 2,645 x-ray examinations, in addition to the free distribution of medicines to more than 17,254 people.

    Speaking to MAP, the director of the field hospital, Colonel Major Kacem Chagar, said that the hospital continues to provide medical services to an increasing number of people from different nationalities so as to ease their sufferings.

    The hospital is providing medical care in good conditions while complying with the necessary covid-19 preventive measures, he pointed out.

    HM King Mohammed VI has given his high instructions for sending emergency medical and humanitarian aid to the Lebanese Republic, following the tragic explosion in the port of Beirut.

    The Sovereign has also given his high instructions for sending and deploying a military field hospital in Beirut in order to provide emergency medical care to the populations injured in this incident.

    The explosion in the port of Beirut, the country’s main logistical point for entry of all goods, on August 4, killed 190 people and injured over 6,500 more.


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