TE24 International Desk:
Riyadh – The Saudi Arabian Health and Humanitarian Agency, the Mecca Health Department and the Saudi Red Moon in Medina have supervised visits to the holy city to ensure a safe Mecca Hajj.
Mecca Health Affairs participated in a mock experiment featuring eviction drills at one of the city’s pilgrim residences to measure the level of medical facilities and staff readiness during the Mecca Hajj season. The
The experiment involved a short-circuit fire that caused smoke and flames outside the building and took many residents away, killing 34 people, from injuries to deaths.
Medical personnel have reviewed the cases according to their assigned area. There are 6 cases in Red Zone, 8 in Yellow Zone, 16 in Green Zone and 4 in Black Zone. Hamad al-Otaibi, its spokesman
Mecca Health Affairs confirmed that the test was conducted with the participation of many medical and safety agencies and departments. The
The test also observed the participation of emergency and disaster managers in the Mecca Healthcare Cluster and related hospitals (Arnul Specialist Hospital, King Abdul Aziz Hospital, King Faisal Hospital) and outpatient centers.
Waelbin Hamza Mutair, Makkah health director and chairman of the Makkah Pilgrimage and Umrah Executive Committee, confirmed that the Makkah health department is ready to handle all medical, outpatient and emergency situations inside and outside the sanctuary. Did.
“The service of Mecca and Umrah pilgrims has been at the top of the state’s priorities since its inception and has continued. We are proud to continue this mission with the highest level of efficiency. I think so,” Raja said.
Meanwhile, SRCA President. Jalalbin Mohammed Al Owai Simedina has reviewed and launched many outpatient centers in the region.
The visit was made as part of his visit to ensure the preparation of the Hajj and to ensure the preparation of the various centers receiving pilgrims in Mecca and Medina.
Al-Waishi listened to a detailed presentation on the potential of the centers to receive visitors to Medina during the Makkah season and the major preparations for these centers.
At a recent cabinet meeting, King Salman directed to do his best to serve the public sector
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