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Supply shortages put Lebanon's population at risk

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Beirut, Jun 11 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Wael Hamzeh) Lebanese hospitals warn that they could be forced to suspend kidney dialysis treatments next week, due to serious shortages of drug supplies, due to the economic situation in the country.FOOTAGE OF PATIENTS RECEIVING TREATMENT AT THE DEPARTMENT OF DIALYSIS AT THE SAINT GEORGE HOSPITAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER (HOSPITAL AL-ROUM) IN THE ASHRAFIEH AREA IN BEIRUT. FOOTAGE OF QUEUES TO GET FUEL IN A GAS STATION WHILE SUPPLIES ARE RATIONED, IN BEIRUT.

Added on the 11/06/2021 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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