Muscat: His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Saeedi, Minister of Health, said that there are those who resort to buying kidneys or liver through illegal means, and the Sultanate is bound by international ethics and is committed to it.
This came in a statement by His Excellency the Minister of Health today at the sixth regular session of the second annual session 2020/2021 of the ninth term of the Shura Council 2019/2023.
The Sultanate is among the first 40 countries worldwide that receiving Pfizer vaccine from the country of origin.
Barbazoom Health Center is a primary healthcare institution and will be operated soon.
Shalim Hospital has been expanded. All maternity and emergency services are available.
The expansion of the ICU unit in Jalan Bani Bo Ali Hospital will be operated if the resources are available.
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