Health Ministry Reveals Latest Statistics of Aggression Victims Over 4 Years




Ministry of Public Health and Population in the National Salvation Government published the latest statistics of the aggression victims after the passage of four years of steadfastness in the face of Saudi-led coalition aggression.

“The total number of the aggression civilian victims amounted to 37,822, including 12,082 dead and 25,740 wounded, mostly women and children, according to records of hospitals and health facilities that received victims in various Yemeni provinces,” said Dr. Youssif al-Haderi, spokesman of the health ministry, during a press conference held in the capital Sanaa.

These statistics of victims are not final because there are thousands of cases I remote places that have not been registered at health centers and government hospitals, Dr. al-Haderi added, indicating that there are 396 victims of unknown identities, which the number of disabled people as a result of the coalition bombing reached 2,081 people.

The ministry’s spokesman said that there were also victims from doctors and medical cadres, whose number amounted to 103 dead and 245 wounded.

The Ministry’s statistics also included 23,000 civilian patients, who died due to the difficulty of transporting them abroad, 230,000 patients and wounded who are in urgent need of moving abroad at the present, 500,000 people with diabetes who could not get necessary medicines.

According to the statistics, 95 per cent of foreign medical cadres have left Yemen during the war.

Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of Ansarullah, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.