Four medical facilities were damaged in a Beirut blast, the head of the Syndicate of Doctors, Sharaf Abu Sharaf told Sky News Arabia.
According to him, they need material support and help as there are not enough medicines. He also added that humanitarian aid delivered to Lebanon from abroad has not yet reached Beirut's medical facilities, TASS reported.
A huge blast has shooked Beirut on August 4. The blast wave destroyed and damaged dozens of houses, over 300 thousand people were left homeless. At least 154 people are killed, while 5 thousand have been injured and dozens are reported missing.
According to the Lebanese Ministry of Internal Affairs, the cause of the tragedy was the ignition of over 2.7 thousand tons of ammonium nitrate, which was confiscated by customs services six years ago, during the welding work.