Health Ministry in Gaza Warns of Medicine Shortage
The Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza warned, on Wednesday, that the current shortage of medicines in the Gaza Strip will result in serious health impacts for patients in need of treatment in Gaza.
According to the most recent statement from the Ministry of health, 170 medicines and 140 other medical items are currently out of stock in the Gaza Strip. This has meant that patients have had to go without essential medicine and medical services lack equipment necessary for their treatment.
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