A delegation from the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine headed by its Deputy Secretary-General, Eng. Abbas Musa Ahmed, conducted a field tour in the fourth Hayat building project for treating people affected by the Corona virus in the capital Baghdad, in order to see the progress of work and find out the rates of its achievement, and to ensure that it is completed within the specified timelines and specifications required from the beneficiary.
At the end of this tour, the Deputy Secretary-General explained to the al-Kafeel Network, saying: "The al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, since this epidemic invaded Iraq, has had many initiatives to support health institutions. And in its beginnings, we started building three Hayat lobbies, two in Karbala and one in Najaf within one month only. And after the steady increase in the number of affected, the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine launched another initiative of establishing other three Hayat lobbies in the Karbala, Muthanna and the location where we are currently in Baghdad, in order to contribute to containing this pandemic and to increase the clinical capacity to receive the affected ones."
He continued: "The work is continuing and, God willing, will be completed by the end of the next month or the beginning of the following month, and the overall completion rate of the project has reached 25%."
In turn, the assistant director of the Rusafa Health Department - which is the beneficiary of the project - Dr. Hassanin Ibrahim Al-Mousawi, expressed his "great thanks and gratitude to the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine for this humanitarian initiative in this difficult time, which requires the concerted efforts of everyone to cross this crisis, and we respect this initiative of the holy shrine, which undoubtedly will contribute to reducing the momentum on the buildings intended to receive and treat people with corona, especially since its working system for such installations depends on a single isolation room. And this will contribute to a large role in the treatment of the patient and his full recovery. "