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Tabuk: «Tetamman» Clinics Serve 5,600 Beneficiaries
14 July 2020

According to Tabuk Health Affairs, «Tetamman» Clinics have provided their services to 5,600 beneficiaries since they were launched.  The Affairs has allocated 10 clinics at the region’s different health sectors and facilities to serving individuals who show COVID-19 symptoms such as high fever, shortness of breath, or coughing, without appointments. The clinics receive individuals, whether citizens, residents or even residence violators and offer them nasal swab testing at the following health facilities: Al-Aziziyah Healthcare Center, Al-Muthalath Healthcare Center in Tabuk city, Al-Shati Healthcare Center in Haql Province and Al-Nahdha Healthcare Center in Al-Wajh Province, as well as Tayma Hospital, Al-Badʿ Hospital, Duba Hospital, Umluj Hospital, Ashwaq Hospital and Abu Raka Hospital. 


It is worth mentioning that the Ministry of Health (MOH) has launched «Tetamman» Clinics initiative to serving individuals who show COVID-19 symptoms. The service allows individuals to inquire about the locations of clinics through MOH’s website, adds the Affairs. 






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