Dhaman center Webinar in Hindi on COVID-19 for Indian expats

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Dhaman center Webinar in Hindi on COVID-19 for Indian expats

IIK Staff Reporter
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Dhaman center Webinar in Hindi on COVID-19  for Indian expats

As a part of the public service initiative during the looming COVID-19 pandemic, Dhaman Health Assurance Hospitals Company in Kuwait started a multilingual YouTube broadcast for audiences of all nationalities and linguistic needs.

This live broadcast platform will carry health education lessons targeting the expatriates in Kuwait on YouTube. Health lessons and programs will be presented by Dhaman's Family physicians along with an opportunity for live discussion.

This will be a best opportunity for expatriates not only in quarantine but also for the general public who need to be aware of the current situation.

The live webinar in Hindi for the benefit of Indian expatriates in Kuwait will be available today (Wednesday, April 8th) at 7:00 PM Kuwait time on the link https://youtu.be/NuXVc_z78hA

The topics in Hindi includes What do you need to know about coronavirus?, What to do if you need to see a GP or medication?, How to look after your mental health during Coronavirus lock down?, What is social distancing?, What is a risk group?, How to self – isolate?, How to protect yourself against coronavirus?, Are you washing your hand properly?, How to stay Healthy while staying at home? and a wide discussion on skills to identify and connect facts about infection marks with coronavirus including the procedures to be followed.

There will be a facility for Indian expats to clarify their doubts in Hindi language with the experts from Dhaman Health Health Assurance Hospitals Company.

Dhaman was established by a Kuwait Ministerial Decree, as part of the development plan set forth for the State of Kuwait to provide healthcare services to a large segment of Kuwait’s residents with an objective to be the first private healthcare company in Kuwait and the GCC to adopt world class healthcare standards. The hospital is part of Kuwait government push to segregate healthcare, limiting access for expatriates to the public system.

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