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Medicare group takes medical service to doorsteps

By SALASEINI MOCEIWAI
Monday, August 18, 2014

Update: 7:42PM MEMBERS of the public in the district of Seaqaqa in Macuata are thankful to the Sai Medicare Group from Australia for taking free medical services to their doorsteps.

This morning, about 200 people thronged to Seaqaqa Central College for medical check-up and treatment.

Villager Toga Waqa said the group had come as a blessing to them, adding it was indeed a relief to get free professional medical assistance.

The group will continue their service in the area tomorrow.








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