​​​​​​​Two emergency field clinics established by Kurdish Red Crescent

The Kurdish Red Crescent is working in Derbasia district on establishing two field clinics to screen Covid-19 cases.

The Autonomous Administration of the North and East of Syria has taken measures to prevent the coronavirus outbreak in the region.

These measures focused on imposing a curfew, equipping quarantine centers, as well as awareness campaigns.

The Kurdish Red Crescent has also set up two field clinics in Derbasia to examine suspected cases.

 In this context, the Kurdish Red Crescent administration in the Derbasia district, Berivan Khali indicated that the two clinics aims at examining the suspected cases  of contracting the coronavirus.

" Suspects will be tested in the first tent. If the result is negative, they will be taken inside the center for examination. if there are doubts about the patient's infection with the coronavirus, he will be transferred to the second clinic for medical procedures." He will be transferred to the quarantine center in the area." Speaking about the testing mechanism.

 Khali confirmed that no Covid-19 cases have been reported in the area so far.



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