Syrian government closes field hospitals and opens dispensary in Daraa

Editing Obaida Al Nabwani | Translation Muhammad Ghaith | Translation Editing Farah Nassif 🕔 Publication Date: October 4, 2018, 11:50:42 AM wire RELIEF & HUMANITARIAN Syrian Army

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On Wednesday, the Syrian government closed two field hospitals in the city of Daraa, Southern Syria, and opened a dispensary instead that includes the same staff of the hospitals.

A source from Daraa reported that the Syrian government closed the Daraa al-Balad field hospital and the Isaa ‘Ajaj hospital in the al-Sad road neighborhood.

The source added that the Syrian government opens a new dispensary instead of the two field hospitals that they closed recently in the Kasri district of Dara al-Balad.

The source added that the dispensary includes 20 staff employees  some of the former worker in the field hospitals, and it supervised by Doctor Abdulrahman al-Masalima, the spokesperson for the Houran Revolutionary Council. The source noted that the dispensary provides first aid for the residents of the area.

The Syrian government started reconciliation procedures in cities and towns in which the Free Syrian Army and Russia reached ceasefire agreements. The agreements stated the displacement of those, who refuse to reconcile with the Syrian government, to Northern Syria. The Syrian government seized entire Daraa through the agreements.

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