15,900 medical services were administered to those affected by the explosion in Beirut. In all, 6,970 people have been received in the military field hospital installed by Morocco since August 10.
These included 108 procedures in general surgery, orthopedics and joint medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology, gynecology, obstetric surgery, resuscitation, burn repair surgery, anesthesia, pediatrics and general medicine. Health workers also provided 450 medical analyzes and performed 1,203 x-ray examinations, and distributed medication to over 5,639 people.
The director of this field hospital, Professor Chekkar Kacem, stressed that this health unit still receives as many wounded, mainly affected by the explosion, which underlines that 150 people, including 46 doctors, are working hard to administer care with professionalism and in accordance with barrier gestures and preventive measures against the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to the same source, the explosion at the port of Beirut left more than 178 dead and nearly 6,000 injured. Several dozen people are still missing.