Days of Palestine, New York –Palestinian Health Minister Jawad Awwad has warned that the shortage of vaccines in the Gaza Strip could result in the reappearance of dangerous.
The minister blamed the continuous Israeli attacks on the Strip, on top of them the eight-year old blockade, for the shortage of vaccines.
Israel is currently waging a military campaign in Gaza that has so far claimed the lives of around 2,000 Palestinians, wounding around 10,000 others.
In the wake of his meeting with the director of WHO in the Middle East, Alaa Olwan, the minister issued a statement explaining the problem and its causes.
“Vaccination has been critically affected because of the Israeli war,” the minister said, “this might lead to the emergence of diseases that had disappeared in Gaza a long time ago.”
The minister cited dangerous diseases such as tuberculosis, polio, smallpox and measles.
He discussed the worsening situation in Gaza with the WHO official and provided him with a detailed explanation about the Israeli aggression on hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
For his part, Olwan said that WHO has launched an urgent appeal worth million to help the healthcare sector.
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During the war, the Israeli occupation forces deliberately targeted healthcare facilities.
On this, Amnesty International said it had received reports that “the Israeli army has repeatedly fired at clearly marked ambulances with flashing emergency lights and paramedics wearing recognizable fluorescent vests.” UN also reported similar witnesses.
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About hospitals, spokesman of the Palestinian Health Ministry Ashraf al-Qidra tweeted an example: “Abu-Yousif Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah, which is the only one in the whole city that serves around 350,000 Gazans, was targeted and patients were evacuated under fire.”