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General Health Inspectorate closes Chinese clinic

A clinic that carried out health activities illegally, in the city of China, in Luanda, was closed this Thursday by the General Health Inspectorate.

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José Solino Joel, general inspector of Health – cited in a statement from the Ministry of Health, to which VerAngola had access – clarified that the clinic "was closed due to a lack of specialized technicians and declarations for carrying out the activity".

Regarding the patients, the person in charge informed that those who were being treated in an outpatient clinic were taken to their homes, while the only patient who was "in the criteria for hospitalization" was transported to Hospital do Prenda.

Speaking in the city of China, in Luanda, the inspector general of Health said that "the repeated practices in the city of China have been the use of false or counterfeit medicines, as these are presented in Mandarin, since Angolan legislation does not allow labels that are not written in Portuguese should be circulated", reads the statement.

On the occasion, José Solino Joel guaranteed that inspection activities in the country will continue "to be the key to compliance with standards when carrying out actions in the Health sector".

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