Mohamed Mukhtar, a spokesman for the Long Live Egypt Fund, said that the virus C crisis we worked on in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, adding that the fund contributed to the field convoys of virus C.
Mukhtar added, in a phone call to the ninth program, broadcast on the Al-Awali satellite channel for Egyptian TV, that the fund provided treatment for 250,000 patients suffering from virus C nationwide, indicating that the fund has a large march and medical contributions to serve citizens.
A spokesman for the Long Live Egypt Fund confirmed that their vision to participate with the state lies in the idea of providing justice in the provision of medical service.
On the other hand, Mohamed Mukhtar, the official spokesman for the Long Live Egypt Fund, said that the fund had set up plans to inspect adults through field convoys and also organize convoys inside public schools for early detection of low vision as part of the Nour Hayat initiative.
The spokesperson of the Long Live Egypt Fund confirmed, during a television intervention, that the initiative reached 19 governorates with “Nour Hayat” convoys targeting about one million and 100 thousand citizens who benefited from ophthalmology detection, and 207 thousand medical glasses were provided which were delivered to citizens whose eyesight was proven weak, and 17 thousand were provided. White water operation in various governorates.