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20-bed hospital inaugurated in Southern Salang

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20-bed hospital inaugurated in Southern Salang

salangFunded by South Korean Reconstruction Team, a 20-bed hospital has been constructed at a cost of USD 500,000 in Southern Salang, Parwan province.

Public Health minister Suraya Dalil inaugurated the hospital on Friday.

The inauguration ceremony was also attended by Parwan Governor, Lt. Gen. Abdul Baseer Salangi, representatives of Parwan in parliament and provincial councils and other officials.

The health minister said that the hospital would provide services in surgery, medical, maternity and paediatric sections to the people of Salang district as well as passengers travelling in northern and southern Salang Pass.

Southern Salang is prone to many natural disasters and traffic accidents. Provincial governor Abdul Baseer Salangi thanked the public health ministry for opening the hospital.



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