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Deh Salah district of Baghlan to get a 50-bed hospital

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Deh Salah district of Baghlan to get a 50-bed hospital

ministry of public healthThe Afghan government has begun working on building a 50-bed hospital in the Deh Salah district of northern Baghlan province.

This comes as the residents complained about the 10-bed clinic in the area that could not meet their demand.

Deputy Minister of Public Health, Abdul Basir Sarwar, said the project would be completed in 3 years at a cost of USD 3 million.

He added the hospital was being built on 3.5 acres of land and would benefit thousands of families.

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