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The Gaza health system is facing a dire situation, with a Palestinian-American doctor in Rafah warning that it is “completely destroyed.” Dr. Mohammad Subeh, an emergency physician from California, spoke to CNN about the challenges of treating patients with traumatic injuries in tents in the southern Gaza city.

Dr. Subeh described the lack of medical supplies, stating that they don’t even have alcohol swabs for basic procedures like inserting IVs. He highlighted the difficulties of trying to save lives with limited resources and emphasized the need for creative solutions in a healthcare system that has been systematically destroyed.

The ongoing conflict in Gaza has resulted in a high number of casualties, with over 30,000 people killed and 71,700 injured since October 7. Despite international calls for a ceasefire, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to continue the military operation in Rafah, where many civilians are seeking shelter.

Vice President Kamala Harris has also called for an immediate ceasefire and urged Israel to provide immediate aid to the people of Gaza. The situation in Gaza has been described as “inhumane,” with civilians suffering from a lack of access to essential resources and medical care.

As the conflict continues to escalate, the international community is watching closely and urging for a peaceful resolution to prevent further loss of life and humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

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