Covid-19: Residents who visited Iran this month urged to undergo medical check

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Manama - The ministry also urged all returning citizens and residents to self-isolate immediately.



By BNA

Published: Wed 26 Feb 2020, 1:11 PM

Last updated: Wed 26 Feb 2020, 3:20 PM

The Ministry of Health of Bahrain has announced it will arrange medical examinations for all citizens and residents who have visited Iran during the month of February, as part of comprehensive precautionary measures that have been activated in light of the spread of the coronavirus disease, in line with the national campaign to combat Covid-19.
The ministry urged all returning citizens and residents to call 444 to schedule medical examination dates as soon as possible. 
The ministry also urged all returning citizens and residents to self-isolate immediately, call 444 and to comply fully with pre and post examination instructions.
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