News > A couple of German tourists in the border city of Mirjaveh having their blood pressure checked during the Iranian "National High Blood Pressure Control Campaign"



Report from: ZAUMS Non-Communicable Diseases Control Department

Published on: 30 June 2019

 

Phillips and Helma , the German couple tourists were welcomed by healthcare workers at city of Mirjaveh , which border Pakistan, to join the Iranian "National High Blood Pressure Control Campaign"

This German tourist couple during a 20-day trip to Iran and after visiting some of the country"s major cities, they arrived in Sistan and Baluchestan and Mirjaveh city at their last destination in Iran.

"Offering the same health care services for all people (both Iranian and non-Iranians) in this border city of Mirjaveh is a great move, that is what we closely witnessed here" said Phillips and Helma, the German tourists.

It is noteworthy that these tourists left the country to Pakistan through the border of Mirjaveh.

                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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