After deterioration of epidemiological situation in Libya, Health Ministry enlists private sector’s help

The Ministry of Health of the Libyan Government of National Unity called on private clinics wishing to open isolation/quarantine centers to submit their requests, urgently, to the Medical Affairs Department, to assess their ability to receive coronavirus patients.

The ministry conditioned the license to providing “patient movement and separation from normal services, available human resources, medical gas and oxygen systems and their availability, diagnostic and therapeutic devices and equipment, the ability to provide services and the number of beds.”

It is noteworthy that this move came within the framework of keenness to consolidate the presence of the private sector as a supporter of the health system in Libya.

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