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Fuel in Gaza hospitals is about to run out: WHO

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Gaza1Feb5GAZA (PNIC):-Head of World Health Organization (WHO) in the Palestinian territories, Gerald Rockenschaub, warned of the continuation of the fuel shortage crisis in Gaza hospitals and health facilities, alerting that they will be running out of fuel by the end of February or at maximum during the month of March.

In a press statement following a meeting with Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Gaza on Wednesday, Rockenschaub said that the conditions in Gaza hospitals are too difficult. He pointed out that the measures taken by the Ministry are tough but necessary in order to save the lives of people until the crisis is resolved.

He said that his organization is exerting intensive efforts for coming up with a solution to the crisis.

 
 
 
 
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