Failing health from the heat wave
The extremely high temperature of the past few weeks has increased the sufferance and stress levels of civilians tenfold. The heat has been especially difficult to bear for the poor, who have to work under the hot sun in less than comfortable conditions all day. Dehydration, diarrhea, and heat stroke are becoming more and more common. Many people have even been admitted to the hospital.
Under the circumstances, I would like to request the Health Minister to arrange for peripatetic medical services (i.e. sources or services which are flexible and can be deployed where and when needed, rather than from one fixed place) for the masses, focusing particularly on providing pure drinking water, saline and other basic medical facilities.