The government has brought in four paramedic ambulances to the Maldives yesterday.
State minister for health Hussain Rasheed told Haveeru that the government plans to introduce paramedic ambulance services in Malé, Laamu atoll, and Addu City.
The health ministry signed an agreement with the State Trading Organisation (STO) in November 2014 to bring in 54 ambulances for use in the atolls.
The health ministry said at the time that the ambulances would cost US$2.5 million.
Then-acting health minister Mohamed Nazim had said at the time that the government will provide an ambulance to all inhabited islands by June this year.
— Ibrahim Rasheed Wajd (@IbrahimRasheedW) May 22, 2015