Federal government on Tuesday dispatched an enormous load of personal protective equipment ‘PPE’ for Sindh hospitals, making it the third batch of health supplies gave to nation-wide hospitals to doctors to stay away from COVID-19.
The Sindh clinics would get 345,100 masks other than 9,627 N-95 covers.
It likewise included 69,299 defensive suit, 15,777 gowns, 49,578 surgical caps, 31,614 hand gloves, 4,038 defensive glass, 37674 shoe covers and 1,521 face shields.
The appliance additionally carried body packs, health boxes, sanitizers, methanol and hand wash.
It is relevant to make reference to here that personal protective equipment ‘PPE’ were prior dispatched to hospitals in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ‘KP’, Gilgit Baltistan and Azad Jammu Kashmir.
The protective equipment would likewise be given to Punjab hospitals in another transfer to be dispatched this evening.
On April 09, Adviser to Prime Minister on Health Dr Zafar Mirza instructed against unreasonable use with respect to personal protective equipment ‘PPE’ at hospitals saying that it was just implied for surgeons treating COVID-19 patients.
He said that supplying of the PPE to front edge health laborers was continuous and the material ought to be utilized according to the rules.
Unnecessary utilization of the material is being watched,” he said adding that the rules gave to medical clinics form the details of experts authorized to utilize the appliance.
He said that they were taking up a systematic technique to maintain insufficiency of the appliance. “We have just dispatched the appliance required for seven days to the 152 emergency clinics assigned to treat coronavirus patients the nation over,” Zafar Mirza said.
The special assistant said that a central database of the testing packs was likewise being set up so as to guarantee genuine supply of it the nation over. He said, we will supply testing packs to 400 emergency clinics.
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