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Serious Preparations for this Year’s Haj Season

Jeddah‘s seaport and airport have been equipped with medical centers to receive by the Health Affairs Department. Sami Badawood, director of Health Affairs in Jeddah commented “We hired 579 doctors and medical experts to work at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA). We also hired 138 doctors for Jeddah Islamic Port. Both locations will operate 24 hours a day starting today until the end of the season. We have equipped several medical centers and clinics with all necessary facilities.”

To fight the possible flu outbreak, the Jeddah Health Affairs Department set up specialist clinics with required vaccines and drugs, according to Badawood. He added “Pilgrims who need specialist medical care will be transferred to hospitals in Jeddah and will receive free treatment and medicines”. The meningitis, cholera, yellow fever and dengue fever vaccines must be taken by pilgrims as the Ministry of Health asked them. “We have already given vaccines to staff working at the airport and seaport, as well as those working at the health centers,” said Badawood.

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