Caire is a coastal city in Egypt that is home to around 200,000 people.
It has a population of around 70,000 and a total GDP of about $4.7bn.
It is one of Egypt’s most beautiful coastal cities.
It also has some of the most expensive healthcare in the world.
But for a young mother with an eye condition, that can be a problem.
The new emergency medical service in the capital of Egypt is called Pharmacy, 24-hour pharmacy services.
The service provides 24-hours medical services for people with an array of medical conditions.
It’s also a free 24-hr clinic.
The pharmacy is part of a nationwide plan to provide free healthcare for people in need.
According to the ministry of health, it’s the biggest free medical service for those in need in the country.
The number of emergency medical visits in Egypt increased from 24,000 in the first half of 2016 to 35,000 last year.
It’s a sign of things to come.
This story originally appeared on the Daily Telegraph.