Friday, May 17, 2013

#Coronavirus Saudi Arabia MOH National Committee: No intention to issue restrictions on schools and the Hajj and Umrah season

[I guess only the title states they have no intention of issuing restrictions.  The article doesn't].

May 17, 2013

Committee met national scientific Infectious Diseases and the National Scientific infection control today Friday, 07/07/1434 AH, which includes representatives from the ministries (Defense, Education, Interior, Higher Education, Health) and the National Guard and the General Organization for King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center and Saudi Aramco, under the chairmanship of His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabiah to discuss the latest developments in disease virus Corona typical new, committee reviewed the report of the visit of His Excellency the Minister and the leaders of the Ministry of Health and specialists to the province of Al-Ahsa, and visit the World Health Organization experts. confirmed committees that infected cases, and thankfully, limited, and that the actions carried out by the Ministry of Health to reduce the spread of this virus is consistent with scientific standards and international, as noted by the committees that registered cases Ahsa began less, thankfully. confirmed the National Committee of Scientific for Infectious Diseases and Scientific Committee of the National Anti-infection that this virus is not known yet spread and its source, and there is no cure qualitative or vaccine of its own, and work is underway to reach more information about this virus at all levels of scientific within the Kingdom and around the world. explained committees that all health sectors in this beloved country works together; to ensure the health and safety of citizens and residents, and follow the instructions issued by the Ministry of Health and the Scientific Committee for Infectious Diseases and Scientific Committee of the National Anti-infection. confirmed committees as recommended by the Ministry of Health to follow the general guidelines for personal hygiene, especially when coughing and sneezing and wash your hands and avoid direct contact with wounded and suspects. The committee also stressed the lack of being misled by rumors and news emanating from non-state actors, and that the information and recommendations and guidelines approved according to regulations issued by the Ministry of Health.

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