KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13: Ministry of Health has affirmed that problems expatriates face with the health insurance services at Jabriya center will be solved soon with or without the involvement of the Health Insurance Company, reports Al- Seyassah daily.
Assistant Undersecretary for Legal Affairs of Ministry of Health Mohammad Al-Subai’e explained that the rate of completed transactions is gradually becoming normal.
The center completed around 5,000 to 8,000 transactions per day in the last few days. The usual number of accomplished transactions per day prior to the crisis was within the same range.
He said the statistical data released by the General Services Company indicated that around 5,000-8,000 clients have been patronizing the center, which means normalcy had been restored. Al-Subai’e stressed that the company has moved some clients to nearby health insurance service centers as a form of solution to the problem, denying the rumor that the crisis will persist until January 28, 2019 when the company’s contract with the ministry will lapse