Jordan Is Sending Military Field Hospital To Lebanon

AP

Jordan will send field hospital to Lebanon after the explosion at the Port of Beirut. This hospital will be sent as a rescue unit and under the instruction of King Abdullah II of Jordan.

This aid will come to help the overwhelmed hospitals in Lebanon and help save the injured people. The Jordanian King also expressed the country’s readiness to support Lebanon in any way needed.

The hospital will be dispatched on Thursday and will be fully equipped for conducting surgery. All medical specialties are included, specifically 48 beds, 10 ICU beds, two operating rooms, and an X-ray lab, with 160 staff members.

With that, Jordan stands as one of the friendly-countries proven eagerness to assist Lebanon in the aftermath of this catastrophe: France, Greece, Italy, Russia, Kuwait, UAE, and others.

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