‘Visitors decline’ – ‘Site not hacked’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Head of Clinical Psychology Services Unit at Kuwait Center for Mental Health Amina Al-Rabei affirmed that the number of visitors to the Psychological Hospital has reduced after the opening psychiatric clinics in the primary healthcare centers, reports Al- Anba daily.

She pointed to conditions related to depression, anxiety, and individual and genetic disorders among the cases generally received in the health centers, indicating an average of 54 cases are recorded per month and approximately 648 cases per annum. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education has denied reports which said unidentified persons hacked its website to tamper with the exam results, reports Al-Rai daily.

Calling the reports malicious and unfounded, the ministry spokesman and director of Public Relations Department and Educational Media Dheidan Al-Ajmi in a statement said what has been published across social networking sites and some of the media is not true. Al-Ajmi said exam papers are not stored on the ministry’s website and stressed the Ministry of Education depends on earlier test models for different materials which is called the Ministry Library (Test Bank) to help students.

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