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Low Incidence of Ambulatory and Emergency Cases on the Jamarat Bridge
15 October 2013
On the first Stoning Day, corresponding to Tuesday, there has been a discernible decline in the incidence of ambulatory and emergency cases on the Jamarat Bridge, as compared to the past years.
 
The director of emergency centers at the Jamarat Facility, Dr. Ayman bin Youssef Termezi, has affirmed that, thanks to Allah, and then to the concerted efforts made by the Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, His Royal Highness the Crown Prince, and His Royal Highness the Second Deputy Prime Minister, may Allah protect them, the Jamarat Facility has witnessed, according to preliminary observations, a relatively low incidence of emergency cases, when compared to the same period last year.
 
Dr. Termezi pointed out that the Ministry of Health (MOH) has supported the 16 emergency centers of the Jamarat Facility with large capabilities, seeking to enable these centers to offer high-quality health services for patients.
 
“Health workers at these efforts exert redoubled efforts in their quest to best serve pilgrims, under the follow-up and supervision of His Excellency the Minister of Health, who has given his orders to harness all potentials and capabilities to provide the best possible health services for pilgrims,” Dr. Termezi concluded.
 



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