PM: State keen to support 100 Healthy Days campaign to enhance healthcare

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly stressed the state is keen to support the 100 Healthy Days campaign to enhance healthcare services for citizens nationwide.

The premier’s remarks came during his meeting on Tuesday with Health Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, at the Cabinet’s headquarters in the New Administrative Capital to follow up on the progress made in the new health campaign.

The campaign has so far provided more than three million healthcare services by 62 convoys stationed in all governorates, in addition to the vaccination of 62,561 children, the health minister said.

Using over 5,000 primary care units nationwide, the campaign includes 500 medical convoys to offer check-up, treatment, testing, and screening services at the state’s expense, while 53 mobile clinics have also been deployed to public and crowded places.

These clinics cover various specialties, such as internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, ophthalmology, teeth, ear and nose, obstetrics and gynecology, and dermatology.

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