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After the control of Taliban terrorists, WHO confirms that 90% of the medical centers in Afghanistan are threatened with closure

The World Health Organization has confirmed that there is a risk of the inevitable closure of hundreds of medical centers in Afghanistan due to restrictions on the dealings of Western donors with the Taliban terrorist movement.
Rick Brennan, director of emergencies at the World Health Organization, confirmed to Reuters that about 90% of medical facilities in Afghanistan, which number 2,300 facilities, may close in the near period, starting this week.
“We will have a period of downtime in many of these facilities, and this will cause more illnesses and deaths,” he said.
Other difficulties impeding the delivery of medical aid to Afghanistan include chaos at Kabul airport, and the continued supply of medical supplies through the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, while the World Health Organization is considering transporting aid overland across the border from Pakistan.

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