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Mobile Clinics Set Up for Worshippers in the Last Days of Ramadan

These mobile clinics provide treatment to worshippers with chronic illnesses and other health issues.

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 18 April 2023
Mobile Clinics Set Up for Worshippers in the Last Days of Ramadan

Minister of Health Dr. Ahmad Al-Awadhi announced that the authorities have set up 27 mobile medical clinics to operate in the last days of Ramadan during the night prayers across Kuwait. 

The Minister spoke about the clinics on Sunday, while he was touring the Grand Mosque and the Bilal bin Rabah Mosque to inspect the medical preparations of these places for the night prayers, especially for the night prayers of Ramadan 27th. 

Dr. Al-Awadhi requested worshippers with chronic illnesses to carry their medicines with them during the night prayers.

Thousands of worshippers attended the night prayers for the 27th of Ramadan at the Grand Mosque, which has reopened after three years after being closed because of COVID-19 and maintenance works. The mobile clinics were on standby for these worshippers in case of any medical emergencies. 

According to the health minister, in the previous days, the medical personnel had efficiently provided treatment to patients with high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, and other health issues.