The Yemeni government has accused the Iran-backed Houthis of trying to disrupt the airbridge established to transport patients through Sanaa airport.
More than 3,500 people have reportedly come down with the fever, with 50 deaths reported in al-Hodeidah.
Time and again, the Iranian regime has called in excessive force to suppress protests, showing little regard for the concerns of its own people.
Bilateral co-operation extends beyond military drills and armament to include health training that improves services to civilians.
Iran-backed militias seek to transform Iraq into a drug market, production area and drug-trafficking corridor in order to finance their activities.
The Yemen 2019 appeal, the UN's largest such appeal for a country to date, comes at a time when the WFP is accusing the Houthis of diverting humanitarian aid.
The EU is increasing its contribution to a $196 million investment package to strengthen Lebanon's health sector and help prevent diseases.
As the UN warns of the growing risk of famine, Yemen has called on the Iran-backed militia to release 51,000 tonnes of wheat it is holding.
The Ministry of Health has taken a series of measures to contain the spread of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus.
The new programme ensures more than 500,000 vulnerable persons can benefit from high-quality and affordable medical services.