Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Saudi local media and activists on social media circulated a video clip showing the reaction of the governor of the Al-Jawf region, Prince Faisal bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, to a government employee’s request from him to show the Tawakkalna application.
This came during the opening of the Specialized Clinics Center in the governorate of Tabarjal, where the official Saudi Press Agency reported that “and upon his arrival at the headquarters, he was received by the Governor of Tabarjal, Nader Al-Otaibi, and the Director General of Health Affairs in the region, Faris Al-Ruwaili.”
The report added that the prince “removed the curtain of the opening and toured the clinics, listening to an explanation about them, which included two clinics for children, a clinic for women, an internal clinic, a dental clinic, and a laboratory.” -, with attention to the highest quality standards that we aspire to achieve in accordance with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.”
The report quoted the Director General of Al-Jawf Health, “that the center was established to relieve the pressure on the emergency of Tabarjal General Hospital to provide service to the largest number of patients in the shortest possible time.”
Below we review a number of what the activists circulated:
Prince Al-Qudwa, Prince of the region of #Al-Jawf, Prince Faisal bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, outlines the most beautiful meanings of dedication to work and commitment at all times and places and in every case. God, your honorable Highness https://t.co/0iS5l2zDJn
His Highness, Prince of #Al-Jawf, Faisal bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, shows his immunization card during his visit to a government facility today in #Tabarjal, in implementation and commitment to the decision issued to prevent the entry of unvaccinated people to government and economic facilities and sectors. Photo by @aaljarwan7 https://t.co/Wo5wsGYD94