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MOH Statistical Statement (Dhul-Hijjah 9th)
26 October 2012
   The Ministry of Health (MOH) has revealed that its hospitals and health centers at the Holy City (Makkah) and Madinah have received a total of 300965 pilgrims till the Tarwiay Day (watering),  corresponding to Dhul-Hijjah 8th 1433H. Health services have been provided for 90293 patients: 48442 at the outpatient clinics, and 41851 at ambulatory and emergency sections. 
 
In the MOH Daily Statistical Statement, it was made clear that 210672 patients have benefitted from primary healthcare centers over this period, out of whom 90171 received treatment at Makkah's health centers and 44347 were treated in Mina, in addition to 6317 in Arafat and Muzdalifah, and 69837 in Madinah.
 
The statement pointed out that 3091 patients have been hospitalized at the various sections of health facilities based in Makkah and Madinah over this period: 1949 patients were hospitalized in Makkah's hospitals, 714 patients were hospitalized in Madinah's hospitals, aside from 280 in Mina and 148 in Arafat.
 
Furthermore, the statement mentioned that 2888 patients left the MOH hospitals' hospitalization sections, including 1878 in Makkah, 857 in Madinah, 108 in Mina and 45 in Arafat and Muzdalifah.
 
According to the MOH Daily Statistical Statement, the number of patients hospitalized at the hospitals of Makkah and Madinah, till the Tarwiyah Day, Dhul-Hijjah 7th, has mounted to 2415 patients: 1153 in Makkah, 990 in Madinah, 170 in Mina and 102 in Arafat.
 
The statement pointed out that, over the period from 1 to 8 Dhul-Hijjah 1433H, no heat exhaustion cases have been reported.
 



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