Sana’a to establish field hospital for Coronavirus  

The Ministerial Committee for Epidemic Control in Sana’a government, on Monday, approved of establishing and equipping a field hospital to confront COVID-19 spreading in the country.

According to saba news agency in Sana’a, the  field hospital  will equipped with capacity of 3,000 beds within efforts to confront Coronavirus  epidemic.

The Ministerial Committee discussed the developments related to the Corona epidemic at the national level, including the occupied provinces and areas.

In the meeting, the Committee reviewed the report of the Minister of Public Health and Population on the precautionary measures guide prepared by the Ministry for all ministries and government agencies to prevent this epidemic.

The committee approved the guide provided by the Health Minister, and directed all ministries and government agencies to strictly adhere to them.

The meeting demanded that the United Nations and the Security Council lift the ban on the port of Hodeidah and obligate Saudi-led coalition not to intercept the ships arriving at the port as they are subject to the mechanism of UN monitoring and inspection in Djibouti before heading to Hodeidah.