Houthis announce cases of coronavirus in Yemen

Hajjah (Debriefer)
2020-03-26 | Since 8 Month

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Ansar Allah group (Houthis) said on Thursday evening that there were cases of coronavirus among the coalition forces on several border fronts and inside Yemen.

According to the media of the Ansar Allah group (Houthis), a military source confirmed, "The spread of the Coronavirus among the coalition soldiers on more than one military axis, especially the Medi axis."

The source pointed out that "the number of injured is 13 people in one of the brigades in the fifth military zone in the Midi axis until last Tuesday, in addition to one of the doctors from the military zone."

He added: "There are deaths due to lack of medical services."

The source expected, "The epidemic's spread will widen due to the Saudi regime's prevention of receiving injured people in Saudi hospitals."

It is worth noting that the leader of the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) Abdulmalik Al-Houthi, had indicated in his televised speech, earlier today, that there were cases of Coronavirus among the ranks of the coalition forces in the Midi front in the Hajjah governorate, northwest of Yemen.

Today, Thursday morning, the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) implemented a campaign to close markets in the group's controlled areas in Hajjah Governorate.

Yesterday, the group’s health office implemented a training program for medical teams of quarantine sites in the governorate’s border outlets.

Medical sources said that the program targets 70 trainees of health workers within 7 teams distributed on outlets to receive those coming from outside the country to be subjected to testing and quarantine measures to protect society from the Coronavirus.

In identical statements, the Yemeni health authorities and the World Health Organization confirmed that Yemen was free of any infection with the Coronavirus.


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