Saudi: Hospital in Medina Named after Nurse who Died of COVID-19

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Saudi Arabia has named a new hospital in the city of Medina after Nujood al-Khaibari, a nurse who died from COVID-19 while working in a hospital in the city.

The Nujood Medical Center was launched on Wednesday by Prince Faisal bin Salman, the emir of Medina. It is fully dedicated to treating to coronavirus cases and comes equipped with all the necessary equipment, including 100 beds for COVID-19 patients.

“Today, the Governor of Medina launched an integrated hospital with a capacity of 100 beds that was built in 59 days with the support of Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz Bin Salman and a donation from ACWA Power to provide better services,” said Saudi Arabia’s Health Minister Dr. Tawfiq al-Rabiah on Twitter.

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