With Clinic Closures In War-Torn Yemen, WHO Warns Of ‘Catastrophic Consequences’ For Some Patients

U.N. News Centre: U.N. health workers vaccinate millions of children against polio and measles in war-ravaged Yemen
“Nearly a quarter of all health facilities in Yemen are no longer operating fully — with more expected to close down in the coming weeks — resulting in ‘catastrophic consequences’ for patients suffering from chronic kidney failure who are dependent on life-saving support, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned…” (8/21).

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