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The following services or institutions did not exist in the province: There were no dental clinics in 1958, there are seven now; no policlinics in
In the just concluded 5-year period, four policlinics, one home for the elderly, one 20-seat dental clinic and one nursing school were built in the province and work is currently underway on the Manzanillo Polytechnical
At this rate of social development, we require new housing units and new workers 'districts -- with all services including schools, child care centers, stores, policlinics, laundries -- and increased electrical consumption.
And of course, since our needs accumulate everywhere, there is a year-end program for the organization of brigades for the construction of towns, schools, and policlinics.
These could exist independently, or, what is perhaps more practical, in association with hospitals, policlinics, or with social-welfare centres, which will be mentioned later.
The radius of 50 meters shall apply to schools and school facilities, playgrounds and sports grounds, cemeteries, churches and healthcare institutions ( "hospitals and policlinics"), the mayor argues.