vGerman Red Cross sends health station to Greece

18 March 2016
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The German Red Cross society says it is sending a mobile health station to the Greek town of Idomeni to help migrants stranded at the border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).

The aid group says the clinic, which will be operated jointly with the Finnish Red Crescent, can serve 10,000 people.

The Red Cross said in a statement Friday that it is planning to run the health station for four months, starting next week.

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