After the brain drain, doctors, pharmacists and technicians as a result of the crisis experienced by the country abroad, the deterioration of the health situation in the areas that witnessed conflicts and battles, and became in a lamentable, especially after the control of a large areas of the island, which increased the abandonment of educated children To work outside the country, spread diseases that have been extinct for some time such as polio, cholera, typhoid fever, hepatitis and parasitic diseases.
This prompted some young graduates of nursing institutes and health institutes with the help of some pharmacists who did not migrate to the opening of pharmacies or rather nursing clinics to deal with epidemics and diseases in the city of Shaddadi, where some pharmacies have shifted to clinics to measure pressure and sew wounds and to examine patients.
“My brother, a doctor, was exposed while we were in the city during the reign of terrorism, because of the many pressures that forced him to emigrate to Europe,” said Amer al-Mardoud, a pharmacist. He said: “I am the same as the rest of the city. The clinic to help people and prevent the spread of infectious diseases spread in the city at the time, and we were able to accomplish this task to stand up to these epidemics and diseases despite our weak potential.
“It is clear that the Syrian health crisis will not end soon, but it is important to start thinking about the great international efforts that will be committed to rebuilding the public health and health infrastructure in the country,” the Syrian medical community and supporting organizations must move from crisis response to strategic planning and recovery.
Fadi Al-Humaid, a citizen of Al-Shaddadi city, said that without these clinics, diseases and epidemics would spread widely in the city and its countryside because of the unavailability of medical staff, and we would like to thank those men who stood up to these dangers.