Baghdad Govt.: Most of COVID-19 hospitals are being closed

  • 4-01-2021, 16:24
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     INA - Baghdad - Motaz Abbas

    Baghdad Governor, Muhammad Jabir Al-Atta, set the date for COVID-19 vaccine to arrive in Baghdad hospitals, indicating that most of the hospitals designated to treat Corona patients have been closed due to the improvement in the epidemiological situation.

    "The epidemiological situation in Baghdad is controlled, as Rusafa side did not record any death cases yesterday," Al-Atta said in a statement to Iraqi News Agency (INA).

    He indicated that the total number of people on Rusafa side did not exceed 80 injured cases,"

    “The decline in injuries is due to the efforts of the health staff and the increase in the number of testing laboratories," he added, "most of the hospitals designated for COVID-19 have been closed, after recording high rates of recovery,"

    Al-Atta explained that there are five hospitals on Rusafa and a number of other hospitals on Karkh only dedicated to COVID-19," suggesting that the vaccine will arrive in the capital at the end of this month or next month.