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MOH Continues Providing Preventive and Curative Services for Pilgrims at all Kingdom's Ports
18 September 2014
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has continued to provide its preventive and curative services for the pilgrims arriving through the Kingdom's air, sea and land ports, given that the Health Control Center at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah has given the preventive drug to a number of 43,482 out of 250,817 pilgrims on Monday (Dhul Qa`dah 20th 1435H). In addition, a number of 113,304 pilgrims were given the oral polio vaccine and 223,563 others were given the meningitis vaccine.
Within the same context, the number of pilgrims who received the preventive drug at Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah reached 65,038 out of 281,239 pilgrims, while those who received the oral polio vaccine reached 34,611 pilgrims. As for the meningitis vaccine, 216,884 pilgrims received it up to Monday (Dhul Qa`dah 20th 1435H).
Further, the MOH said that it is committed to applying all health requirements to all the arrivals to perform Hajj. To that effect, it has prepared 15 health control centers at Kingdom's land, air and sea ports and provided them with the required manpower and vaccinations.

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