Minister Abdel Ghaffar highlighted the preparation of 35 ambulances with infant incubators.
Egypt's Minister of Health, Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, has reaffirmed the country's commitment to providing essential support to wounded Palestinian brethren, following the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The minister disclosed that Egypt has designated 37 hospitals, equipped with a total capacity of 1500 beds, along with 150 qualified ambulances, for the treatment of Palestinian patients.
In an interview with Extra News, Minister Abdel Ghaffar highlighted the preparation of 35 ambulances with infant incubators, ready to rescue newborns upon their arrival at the Rafah border crossing. He stated, "We are eagerly awaiting cases because we understand the seriousness of situations requiring incubators.
There are 35 equipped ambulances loaded with field and mobile incubators, and hundreds of incubators are positioned in North Sinai, the Suez Canal region, and Greater Cairo. Spaces have been reserved for these children."