Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital (IGMH), the main government hospital, will resume non-COVID healthcare services on Sunday.
The hospital noted in a statement posted on Saturday that the decision was made following the relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions by the government due to a decrease in COVID-19 cases.
IGMH temporarily ceased OPD consultations, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy services, with the Mental Health Department made available online, as the country faced the fourth COVID-19 wave.
OPD and treatment services, as well as those offered by the hospital’s radiology department and laboratory, will resume on June 4, according to IGMH. Scheduled operations, along with procedures such as TMT, endoscopy, and bronchoscopy, are also set to resume on Sunday.
According to the Health Protection Agency’s (HPA) data, 143 new cases were recorded in the Maldives on Friday, with only 26 of them coming from the Greater Male’ area.