Jubouri Secretary of Health: the importance of coordination between institutions 9/29
Jubouri Secretary of Health: the importance of coordination between institutions to combat cholera
9/29/2015 0 Comments
Baghdad - where] Search House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri on Tuesday with the Minister of Health and Environment Adila Hammoud ministry's plan to combat cholera and medical services provided to patients disease.
A statement by his press office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "al-Jubouri met with the minister Hmudwi official office, today During the meeting, the health situation review in general and the work of the ministry and departments affiliate, Having heard the Speaker of Parliament to a detailed explanation about the ministry's plan to fight cholera and medical services provided to patients, and preventive measures to curb its spread, the most prominent ways to address the drinking water filter in Baghdad and the provinces.
He stressed the importance of coordination between the relevant institutions to combat the disease and follow-up cases made full recovery in order to eliminate the disease once and for all, calling the Health Committee representative to the follow-up plan Ministry of Health and supervise its implementation, noting that "the House of Representatives is keen to provide all support to eradicate the disease once and for all.
The House of Representatives FD hosted today Minister of Health and Environment Adila Hammoud to stand up to the reality of the spread of cholera and ways to combat it and reduce its spread.
The Ministry of Health and Environment has announced yesterday that the high number of cholera cases to 401 cases, while health authorities reported six deaths in the district of Abu Ghraib, west of Baghdad and wounded dozens epidemic in different parts of the country.
With dedicated cabinet, 10 billion dinars to buy the subjects of chlorine and alum to face cholera, as the Council decided to postpone Time primary school to 18 of the next month to take control of infectious and deadly epidemic.
For its part, the World Health Organization has provided 200 000 doses of the anti-Alkulira.