Sabha Medical Center faces shutdown over shortage of medicines
Sabha Medical Center spokesman, Osama Al-Wafi, warned of the acute shortages of medicines in the center due to the accumulating number of patients inside the center’s sections.
Al-Wafi said that there are over 250 patients in the sheltering sections in the center, while other sections are totally shut down, saying the center is due to suffer from acute shortages in medications and medicines.
Before the shutdown of certain sections at the Sabha Medical Center, it used to accommodate 600 patients.
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