Dr Hala Zayed, Minister of Health and Population, is chairing a meeting this morning in El Alamein in Matreou to review Eid al-Adha's overall health plan for the governments of the republic, especially Matruh and Alexandria.
This happened during a meeting held by the Minister with Dr Mustafa Trophy Head of Therapeutic Medicine Sector, Dr Amr Rashid, Deputy Head of the Egyptian Ambulance Authority, and Dr Ibrahim Hassan, Head of Serious Central Administration and Emergency Aid, Dr. Mohsen Taha, Deputy of the Ministry of Health in Matruh, Dr. Alaa Osman, Deputy of the Ministry of Health in Alexandria, and a number of ministry leaders.
Dr Khalid Mojahid, Adviser to the Minister of Health and Population for Information and the Ministry's spokesman, said the minister was reviewing the readiness of hospitals and healthcare units to provide the best patient care, in addition to hospital readiness in the case of food poisoning, noting that the Minister was reviewing the plan for ambulance placement, she was convinced that things were going according to plan, praised the efforts of members of ditsinskiya team.
Mujahid added that the minister has aimed to strengthen controls on restaurants, hotels and shops that provide food and drink to citizens, and to ensure that employees have health certificates and are free from infectious diseases, with immediate legal action against any wrongdoing.
Mujahid added that the minister stressed the need to work with a medical team 24 hours a day throughout the holiday, especially with the increase in the number of vacationers in the summer.
It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Health has announced a comprehensive health insurance plan, which includes the payment of 2227 equipped ambulances, which will be distributed to public meetings, parks, gardens, perimeter mosques and prayer sites in the governors of the republic, in addition to 10 river ambulances, two highway helicopters and hubs and an increase in readiness level All ambulances, an increase in the level of readiness in all hospitals and the cancellation of any leave for medical teams during the festive period.