All services provided at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre will be transferred to Bahrain International Hospital and Sitra Mall starting Monday, 20 September 2021

Manama on September 19 (US): The Ministry of Health announced the transfer of all health services related to the emerging coronavirus, provided at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Center, to Bahrain International Hospital and Stra Mall, as of Monday, September 20, 2021.

Vaccination services will be moved to the Sitra complex. While health care services for patients subject to self-isolation will be transferred to Bahrain International Hospital.

The ministry indicated that the Bahrain International Hospital was equipped with all the necessary medical equipment to treat patients with mild and moderate symptoms who are subject to self-isolation. The hospital will include an outpatient department and a short-stay department.

The Ministry of Health has called on all patients with mild and moderate symptoms who need health care and are subject to self-isolation to go directly to Bahrain International Hospital without calling 444.

The ministry also confirmed the continuation of daily vaccination services in health centers to reach community immunity, and protect public health.

The ministry added that in order to protect public health, Bahrain is constantly working on developing its vaccination protocols in accordance with international standards.

The Ministry of Health praised the responsible role of all citizens and residents who received the vaccination. Those who have not received a vaccine are urged to register via healthalert.gov.bh, or through the BeAware app, where information regarding vaccines is available.

The Ministry of Health confirmed that the Bahrain International Exhibition Center will be disinfected after relocating all services. Ventilation systems will also be maintained in the center.

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