Baghdad - INA
The governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jaber Al-Atta, revealed today, Wednesday, the presence of volunteers and government bodies to establish mobile clinics, especially after the closure of medical clinics.
Al-Atta told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that there is a meeting with the health departments in order to provide wheels with volunteer bodies working to donate medicines and oxygen.
He added, "The wheels will be similar to the ambulance, and we will work to equip them in coordination with the health departments of the province."
He pointed out, "There is a tendency to establish quick hospitals, as we have started on the Rusafa side to prepare closed playgrounds, including Al-Shaab Stadium."
He pointed out that "there are campaigns to equip hospitals, as well as the cooperation of some ministries, including the Ministry of Oil, in addition to the presence of donations from various sides to support the health sector," stressing that "in the coming days, 3000 beds will be added to treat Corona patients."