The Director of the Iran Red Crescent Society Field Hospital in Beirut announced that 350 people injured in the explosion in the port of Beirut received treatment services at Iran's hospital in Beirut.

Iran PressMiddle East: Mohammad Baqer Mohammadi said that the injured people came to the hospital set up in Lebanon's National University in Beirut's Dahieh region, as of Saturday until the end of Monday.

Mohammadi referred to increasing embracement of the Lebanese to be hospitalized in the Iranian hospital and said most of the people visited in the hospital are common people including women, children, elderlies, and those injured in the recent explosion in Beirut. 

"Some military personnel also have come to the hospital to use medical and treatment services," he added.

A powerful explosion took place on August 4 at warehouse No. 12 in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, causing extensive financial and human losses.

The blast has so far killed more than 150 people and injured over 6,000, according to the Lebanese Ministry of Health.   207/216

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