Those being treated for the toxic attacks have not been able to get the care they need due to the storms and the small impact on the local hospital
Eighty people were bitten by poisonous snakes and scorpions after the Aswan floods.
Torrential rains destroyed their surroundings, causing the poisonous creatures to emerge and attack the residents.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, the sky of the city of Aswan opened and the rains also washed away five adobe houses.
Trees and light poles fell, causing the city’s blackout due to the lack of electricity to also affect the productivity of the local hospital.
Those treated for the toxic attacks have not been able to get the supplies they need because of the storms.
Major General Hazem Ezzat, general secretary of Aswan Governorate, has been tracking the suction and sweeping of water from streets and residential areas, according to local reports. from Anahwa News.
The news site reported: “As trees were erected that fell due to the force of the wind, in addition to repairing light poles and electrical antennas, hospitals and health stations were also treating cases infected with scorpion and snakebites, in parallel with providing amounts of vaccine to hospitals and health stations.
“The Aswan Governor appealed to citizens to stay at their homes and avoid the locations of trees and electric antennas, in addition to the importance of requiring drivers of various vehicles and automobiles to stop and calm down in order to reduce traffic accidents and the life and safety of citizens.
“There is continuous communication with the sub-operating rooms in the units via the main operating room.
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