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Private healthcare facilities to stop some elective health services

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has asked private healthcare facilities to stop some elective health services from Saturday. 

In a memo sent to all private healthcare facilities in Qatar, the Healthcare Facilities Licensing and Accreditation Department at MoPH has said that the decision to stop some elective health services, in the context of preventive and precautionary measures undertaken by the Ministry of Public Health to limit the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of patients, and healthcare workers.  

According to the memo, dental clinics, dermatology and lesser clinics, plastic surgery clinics, surgical procedure will be stopped at all private health facilities, except treating for emergency cases. Also all diet and slimming centres, physiotherapy clinics, complementary medicine of all kinds provided at private healthcare facilities are asked to be stopped by the healthcare facilities licensing and accreditation Department at MoPH.

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