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Saudi Arabia: Saudi Red Crescent Launches ¡°Asefni¡± app to Request Emergency Service


Jeddah: The Saudi Red Crescent Authority has launched a new application to receive emergency services requests through smart phones in 6 different languages, with the aim of providing the best emergency services in the Kingdom.The application, called “Asefni” or “Save Me,” allows users to communicate their distress to an emergency team via a phone call or text message, and are then able to track the status of their communication.
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Saudi Arabia: 47 Hospitals, Health Centers in Makkah to Serve Pilgrims


Makkah: There are eight hospitals and 39 health centers with a combined capacity of 2,478 beds to extend health services to Umrah pilgrims and the Haram visitors during the holy month of Ramadan, local daily Al-Madina reported quoting the director of health affairs in Makkah, Dr. Wail Bin Hamza Mutair.\r\nHe said there are 32 beds inside the Grand Mosque for the emergency services in addition to four health centers.
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Saudi Arabia: Saudi Women Launch All-Female Ambulance to Allow for Greater Privacy


Saudi female doctors have launched an ambulance service with all female staff to serve women and grant them more privacy.A team of female doctors at a governmental hospital in Khobar, east Saudi Arabia, came up with the idea, which they view as in line with their humanitarian and national duty.
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Singapore: MHA to Introduce More Measures to Enhance Road Safety


SINGAPORE: Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean touched on several priorities for his ministry for the year, namely crime, drugs and road safety.He told the House that Singapore's road fatality rate has come down in recent years.However, recent incidents underscore the need to improve road behaviour and eliminate reckless driving habits that put road users at risk.The ministry will invest more resources and mount a concerted effort to improve road safety through education, engagement and enforcement, and will focus its education efforts on vulnerable road users such as motorcyclists, children and elderly pedestrians.Other plans include engagin
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Singapore: Schools to get 149 Defibrillators as Facilities are Opened to Public


Singapore: Some 149 defibrillators will be available at school playing fields and sports halls during weekends in case members of the public using the facilities suffer a heart attack. The potentially life-saving move is aimed at those who take advantage of the Singapore Sports Council's (SSC) Dual Use Scheme, under which they can use these spaces for sports such as football, badminton and basketball for free or for a small fee.The automated external defibrillators (AEDs), designed to be more user-friendly, will be available from next month at 89 fields and 60 indoor halls. Another 50 dual-use school fields will be equipped with the AEDs in
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