CAIRO: The Health Ministry said 800 cases were examined in Shalateen by doctors specialized in surgery, pediatrics, dentistry, gynecology, nephrology, cardiology, dermatology and orthopedics.
In a press release on Monday, the ministry said Suez Canal University contributed in providing medical support to the convoy.
This comes within the directives of Health Minister Adel al-Adawy to send a medical convoy to Halayeb, Abu Ramad and Shalateen areas of the Red Sea.
Earlier, Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab and Red Sea Governor Ahmed Abdullah had agreed on providing more medical treatment to citizens in these areas.
The convoy that started its work on Sunday will move to Halayeb area on Tuesday then to Abu Ramad on Thursday.