Wireless Internet for Twenty Six of Twenty Seven Clinics

Twenty six of the Twenty Seven Health Centers and Community Clinics across the twin island state will be outfitted with FREE WiFi Services before the week is over.
This is according to the focal point for the USAID ASSIST Project in the Ministry of Health, Dr Belle Jarvis who announced that by Thursday, all clinics and health centers across the nation with the exception of one will be fully functional with WiFi Internet through a one year grant from USAID ASSIST. Dr Belle Jarvis also declared that as of Monday June 3rd, the newly renovated Parham Clinic was the very first health facility to have benefited from the program as APUA Technicians installed the first wireless router earlier today.

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