Director of the Imam Hussein Medical City in Karbala: We are in debt to the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine for what it provided to the people of the province in the face of the Corona epidemic.

The Director of the Imam Al-Hussein (peace be upon him) Medical City in Karbala, Dr. Sabah Al-Husseini, conducted a tour of the Fourth Hayat Building project for treating people with Corona virus, which is currently being implemented by the staff of the Engineering Maintenance Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, as a contribution to support the effort Medical staff in the governorate, to accommodate the numbers of people affected by this virus and to provide treatment to them, and to increase the clinical capacity in the governorate pursuant to the directives of the Supreme Religious Authority urging this purpose.
The delegation was received by the head of the Engineering Maintenance Department at the Holy Shrine, Engineer Samir Abbas and the supervisors for the implementation of the project, where a brief explanation was provided on the most important stages that the works of this building reached, which are nearing completion, in addition to the advanced medical technologies used in it and the services it will provide upon completion.
According to what the engineer of the project indicated to the al-Kafeel Network, Mohammed Mustafa Al-Taweel, who accompanied the delegation: “Dr. Sabah Al-Husseini praised the effort that was made in constructing this building despite all the circumstances, and also extended his thanks to the workers in it and to the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine and those responsible for it, especially its Senior Official; Sayed Ahmad Al-Safi. Explaining that what the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has undertaken in adopting such projects in such a difficult circumstance the country is living in, is considered an achievement and pride, and that the medical city and the citizens of the province are in debt to it for what it presented to face this epidemic. And thn he presented his sincere apology for not following up on the work from the beginning, because he was busy supervising the treatment of some of those affected by this virus."
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