King Mohammed VI Visits Earthquake Victims at Mohamed VI University Hospital Center in Marrakesh

2023-09-12 16:55:02

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On Tuesday afternoon, King Mohammed VI visited the “Mohamed VI” University Hospital Center in Marrakesh, where he inspected the health condition of the injured, victims of the painful earthquake that occurred on Friday, September 8, and caused huge human and material losses in many parts of the Kingdom.

Thus, the King visited the services of recovery and hospitalization of earthquake victims, where he inquired about the health condition of the injured people, as well as the health services provided to them by the medical teams mobilized as a result of this terrible natural disaster.

This royal initiative, which constitutes great moral support for the injured and their families, comes to reinforce the various initiatives and measures that have been taken in this regard, in implementation of the high royal instructions to rescue, assist and accompany the people affected by the Al Haouz earthquake.

About 2,171 infected patients were received in various hospital centers in the Marrakesh-Safi region. Of them, 484 were seriously injured, and 1,570 were lightly injured. 248 people are still in hospitals receiving treatment.

On this occasion, the King kindly donated blood. It is a generous gesture that embodies the royal patronage and expresses his full solidarity and compassion for the victims and bereaved families.

The King’s visit to the Mohammed VI University Hospital Center also embodies the care shown to the victims of the Al Haouz earthquake, and confirms the solidarity that exists between the King and his people in good times and in bad, enabling the Kingdom to overcome crises and look to the future with courage and determination.

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