The Ministry of Health in Gaza commenced on Monday morning, implementing a series of tough austerity measures, to face the shortage of fuel and electricity within its facilities.
Health Ministry spokesperson Ashraf al-Qedra stated that the ministry has introduced a series of stern measures to confront the shortage of fuel and electricity, and will spare no effort to prolong its health services provided to Gazans.
Al-Qedra asserted that his ministry communicates with all bodies and organizations to contain the stifling crisis hitting its facilities.
Gazaâ€™s hospitals need monthly an amount of some 630 liters of fuel, in case the electricity outage reaches 12 hours per a day.
The Gaza Ministry of Health appealed to all relevant bodies, organizations and the Palestinian government of National Consensus to urgently intervene, to save the health status inside the Gazaâ€™s hospitals by supplying them the needed amount of fuel.