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Severe shortage of medical services at the Yarmouk camp.

Published : 27-12-2014

Severe shortage of medical services at the Yarmouk camp.


Continued prevention of the regular Syrian army checkpoints and groups of PFLP-GC to enter the medical supplies to the camp has led to aggravate the suffering of the people. The acute shortage of medical materials and staff led to the stop of all hospitals and clinics of the camp except for Palestine Hospital which works with its minimum capacity despite the lack of medical staff. It is mentioned that the prevention of entering medication, equipment, supplies, and medical staff, resulting in dozens of victims.
It is noteworthy that the camp is subject to strict siege for 539 days, in addition to the power cut for more than 619 days, water for 109 days respectively, and the lack of fuel to operate generators, all this did not prevent the cadre of the Palestinian Red Crescent, who is in Palestine hospital and relief agencies working in the camp, of doing their efforts to alleviate the suffering of the besieged camp.
 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/121


Continued prevention of the regular Syrian army checkpoints and groups of PFLP-GC to enter the medical supplies to the camp has led to aggravate the suffering of the people. The acute shortage of medical materials and staff led to the stop of all hospitals and clinics of the camp except for Palestine Hospital which works with its minimum capacity despite the lack of medical staff. It is mentioned that the prevention of entering medication, equipment, supplies, and medical staff, resulting in dozens of victims.
It is noteworthy that the camp is subject to strict siege for 539 days, in addition to the power cut for more than 619 days, water for 109 days respectively, and the lack of fuel to operate generators, all this did not prevent the cadre of the Palestinian Red Crescent, who is in Palestine hospital and relief agencies working in the camp, of doing their efforts to alleviate the suffering of the besieged camp.
 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/121