So far, Nigeria’s National Medical Team has attended to 4, 456 Pilgrims, 14 days after setting up clinics both in Makkah and Madinah for this year’s Hajj exercise.
The Chairman of the National Medical Commitee, Dr Ibrahim Khana disclosed this to Hajj Reporters in a telephone chat Wednesday evening.
According to him “10 clinics have so far been set up with 6 in Makkah and 4 in Madina”.
He also said 35 pilgrims are currently on admission while 58 has been refered to Saudi Hospitals for further diagnosis and treatment.
Meanwhile, Dr Khana said the ICT Unit of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON), has provided GPS coordinate to help pilgrims locate Nigerian Hajj Medical Centres in Makkah.
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