More than 5,000 calls to 999 made each day in Qatar in 2015

Hamad Medical Corp. (HMC) has launched a fleet of vehicles that can be set up as temporary emergency centers in the event of a major incident.

The moves comes as government figures show that there were nearly 2 million (1,943,653) 999 calls made in Qatar last year.

This equates to an average of 5,325 calls a day or 222 an hour, according to the figures released by the Ministry of Interior‘s Security and Statistics Report 2015.

The reasons for these calls included “request(s) for traffic services, diseases, injuries, complaints, fire incidents and other personal assistance,” the MOI added without giving further detail.

 

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