Tunisia: Tozeur Local Hospital Receives Medical Aid Sent By Tunisian Expatriate Community

Tunis/Tunisia — The Tozeur local hospital received, Sunday, medical aid in the guise of equipment, medicines and protection devices against coronavirus (protective masks, disinfectant gel, etc.), sent by members of the Tunisian expatriate community, as part of a campaign to honour "Martyr Doctor Badreddine Aloui," said Spokesperson for the campaign's participants Badreddine Mbarek.

The aid also includes equipped intensive care beds, an oxygen concentrator and wheelchairs.

"Participants in this campaign will send a second batch of medical aid to interior regions' hospitals, notably the Tozeur local hospital, which will receive a larger share of aid next time," the same source specified.

For his part, Hospital Director Bassiri Nafti pointed out that the received equipment had been set up in the COVID-19 ward.

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