The General Syndicate of Doctors said that, in the framework of the Syndicate’s follow-up on the health of injured female doctors, the tragic accident of female doctors assigned to the Minya Governorate, yesterday, Wednesday, January 15, 2020, which led to the martyrdom of two female doctors and the injury of 12 female doctors, Dr. Ahmed El Sayed, a member of the Council, and a decision of the Youth Committee, went to Nasser Institute Hospital, today, Thursday, to find out the developments of the case for the injured doctors.
The Doctors ’Syndicate, in a statement, issued a short time ago, stated that (6) female doctors have been discharged today after their health condition has stabilized, and Dr. Amna Mohamed Khalaf has regained consciousness and is awaiting an appointment to fix the pelvic joint, while Dr. Nora Kamal is still in critical condition, while the condition has stabilized Dr. Ruth Isaiah – The doctor who lost her fetus relatively, and the union confirmed the continuation of follow-up of the case of the first-hand.
The Doctors ’Union had decided to refer the doctors responsible for issuing arbitrary administrative orders to the union’s investigation committee, and to file a report with the Public Prosecutor and the Administrative Prosecution to open a criminal and administrative investigation into the incident against anyone who caused the issuance of arbitrary administrative orders or participated in the threat to doctors, which put their lives at risk, and demanded That all training courses be held in the governorates. As for the case of the necessity of moving to any other governorate, the employer shall provide safe transportation means, provided that doctors are notified of any regular or training missions at least two weeks prior to them.
She stressed the need to take measures to calculate deaths and injuries as “work injury”, while providing the highest level of medical care for the injured even if it was necessary to travel abroad, announcing the general mourning at the Medical Syndicate for a period of three days, and setting up a memorial memorial for martyrs in Minya in coordination with the Minya Doctors Union and attended by members of the Council The General Union of Physicians and Sub-Syndicate Councils filed a civil lawsuit against the Ministry of Health for demanding adequate compensation for the families of the martyrs and the injured, as well as providing all legal and union support to the families of the martyrs and the injured.