Mecca Now Home to First Egyptian Medical Clinic Serving Pilgrims
The Egyptian clinic is set to provide comprehensive healthcare services to Egyptian pilgrims, ensuring their well-being during the religious journey.
An Egyptian medical clinic has been established in Mecca to serve Egyptian pilgrims during Hajj season. The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Population, represented by the Egyptian medical mission in Saudi Arabia, has announced the establishment and imminent launch of the clinic.
Situated in the Ajyad area of Makkah, within the Qaswa Towers Hotel, the chosen location ensures convenient access for the significant number of Egyptian tourists residing in nearby hotels. Equipped with an ample supply of medications and medical resources, the clinic is fully prepared to deliver essential healthcare and preventative services to Egyptian pilgrims.
In addition to providing medical care, the clinic will organise educational seminars and health awareness visits at pilgrims' accommodations to enhance their knowledge about health-related matters. To mitigate the risk of infectious diseases and sunstroke during the Hajj season, informative brochures, guidebooks, and masks will be distributed to the pilgrims.
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