MHF launches electronic health service


5/4/2020 17:40:00
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     MHF launches electronic health service

Mam Humanitarian Foundation (MHF) launched, on Sunday, a new electronic service that enables patients to receive medical advice and supervision through WhatsApp.

 

The foundation said in a statement that the service is called "Fast Cure" and it comes amid the imposed curfew and lockdown in the Kurdistan Region due to the coronavirus outbreak.

 

The service is launched in cooperation with a number of doctors through which citizens can receive medical advice by contacting them via WhatsApp .

 

The service is available to citizens from 9 am to 4 pm.

 

Click here to see a video of the service 

 

 

(Translated and Edited by H.H.)

 

 

 

PUKmedia 

 


 

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