The government decided to extend the suspension of the medical consultation fees in the governmental health centers for expatriates. This was announced by the Health Minister, Dr. Faeqa Al-Saleh, upon an official a decision through the ministry’s official website and social media accounts. 

Al-Saleh stated that the fee-suspension decision, which was issued last April, will continue until the coming September. She added that it reflected the Bahraini governmental keenness to continue to help due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

It is noteworthy that expatriates used to pay BD7 as medical consultation fees in the governmental health centers.