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Cypriot patients in Israel in good health post-attacks

Safra Children Hospital in Sheba Medical Centre
Safra Children Hospital in Sheba Medical Centre

Three Cypriot patients currently receiving treatment in Israel under a state-funded programme are in good health, it emerged on Monday, following weekend attacks by Iran on Israel.

Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency (CNA), permanent secretary of health ministry, Christina Yiannaki, said that she has communicated with the three patients who are at the Sheba Medical Centre in Tel Aviv. All three are in good health, she confirmed.

She added that a fourth patient that had been at the same medical centre returned to Cyprus on Sunday.

Yiannaki also mentioned that she contacted the Sheba Centre by phone on Sunday and was informed about the health situation of all Cypriot patients. According to her, all patients wish to remain in Israel to continue their treatment.

She assured that the ministry will maintain constant communication with the patients and will be fully prepared to deal with anything that may arise.


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