6 Things You Didn’t Know About Healthcare in the Middle East

Health care is a global issue that has been under siege in many parts of the Middle Eastern world.

The Middle East, however, has taken the brunt of the threats, with the region seeing an uptick in the number of cases of the deadly virus, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

A new report from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has found that the region has the highest number of deaths in a single year since the global pandemic of 1918.

In terms of global health, the region accounts for more than 30% of deaths globally, and the region also ranks as one of the top five deadliest regions in the world.

Here are five things you didn’t know about health care in the region.


WHO says that the Middle-East has the second-highest number of health emergencies and fatalities in the entire world after China.


The region has one of those “hot spots” for COVID-19 that’s often referred to as a “hot zone.”

According to the WHO, it’s in the south of the region, in the deserts of the southern Sinai Peninsula.

The hotspots are generally isolated and poorly protected, with temperatures rarely above 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius) and temperatures in the low 70s and low 80s.


The most dangerous area in the WHO’s report is in the Arabian Peninsula, where an estimated 1.2 million people are currently living with the coronavirus.

While the Arabian peninsula is far from the most dangerous region in the global outbreak, it does have some of the highest rates of death.

The WHO says the region is the country with the highest rate of death, with an estimated 6.4 deaths per 100,000 people.

In the same region, Yemen is ranked as the most deadly country in the outbreak, with more than 1.6 deaths per million people.


The deadliest part of the world is not in Africa, but in the United States.

While many Americans are not aware of the virus, it is estimated that the United Kingdom is home to one of every two cases of COVID, according the New York Times.

The top two countries in terms of deaths are China and the Middle Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with one each accounting for nearly 40% of all cases.


Some of the worst-affected regions are in the Asia-Pacific region.

The areas that are most affected by COVID are in East Asia, including China and Japan, and are often called the “Asian hotspots.”

The regions that are the least affected are in Africa and Central America.

According to WHO, China has had the highest COVID incidence rate in the whole world, and Japan is second only to the Middle States in terms a deaths.

The countries that are responsible for the highest mortality are India and India, which account for more deaths per capita than any other country.

In total, the WHO has recorded more than 16.5 million cases and deaths in the area of health in the last five years.