Kuwait's Health Ministry announced on Sunday the formation of temporary medical teams for the upcoming parliamentary elections slated for November 26th.
Ministry's Undersecretary Dr. Khaled Al-Sahlawi said in a statement that the ministry would also allocate 61 mobile clinics distributed across the various polling centers.
He added that all teams would carry out the implementation of the work plan including the preventive and medical aspects, in addition to the facilitation of 25 ambulance cars for the various polling centers, five for each constituency.
Al-Sahlawi pointed out that some 344 emergency medical staffers and 144 male and female nurses would be stationed at all polling centers.
He said that the mission of the preventive team is to supervise food catering companies offering food and drinks to the polling centers, in addition to other administrative teams. He concluded by saying that all ministry's facilities would be harnessed for the service of the electoral process.