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Jabriya clinics segregated for Kuwaiti and non-Kuwait

Thursday, January 16, 2020

In a bid to facilitate healthcare services provided to Kuwaitis, Health Minister Sheikh Dr Basel Al-Sabah issued a ministerial directive to segregate Clinics in Jabriya for Kuwaiti and Non-Kuwaiti patients.

According to local media report, Mahmoud Hajji Haidar polyclinic in Jabriya is assigned for Kuwaiti patients only and the Jabriya polyclinic in block 7 is allocated for non-Kuwaitis.

This decision will be effective as of Jan 19.

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Mark P
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Albert Fernandez: Immigration lines are one thing, health care is another. NO EUROPEAN/WESTERN COUNTRY segregates their healthcare system according to race! Everyone is treated the same, both locals and foreigners residing and rendering a service to that country. Now you arrive to your own informed conclusion why exapt are threated like that in this country.

MALAR
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Also please assign arab staff only for Kuwaity clinic and non arab staff for non kuwaity clinics.

Lallu Ram
Friday, January 17, 2020
Very good move. I praise the government for doing this. It is in benefit of the society

Albert Fernandes
Thursday, January 16, 2020
I don''t see anything wrong in segregation. Even advanced countries have segregation such as immigration queues for EU n non EU etc...

Amin dalvi
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Master in pharmacy

Suresh Kumar
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Also please segregate Mallus & Misri in Salmiya clinic.

george
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
also please keep the Kuwait staffs only were clinics which receive the Kuwaiti patients only. And keep non-Kuwaiti staff only in the clinic were non-Kuwaiti patients are received.

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