Sindh government and Agha Khan Hospital on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding ‘MoU’ to give protection services to doctors serving at government hospitals in the middle of coronavirus outbreak.
Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Fazl Pechuhu said that under the MoU marked between the sides, the administration authorities and paramedical staff would be given safety management trainings to ignore coming into contact with infections and sicknesses.
It is relevant to make reference to here that according to a report on April 12, the doctors and paramedical staff individuals were turning out to be victim of coronavirus outbreak now while battling the COVID-19 on front edge.
The most recent insights showed a disturbing figure of surgeons’ infected with the novel coronavirus while performing duties in various hospitals or interacted with those performing duties in special separation centers or labs.
It developed that 17 staff individuals from Karachi’s Civil Hospital and Benazir Bhutto Trauma Center tested positive for COVID-19. At any rate six doctors and seven paramedical staff individuals, though a doctor and three paramedics performing duties in the emergency ward of Civil Hospital discovered infected with the infection.
In Karachi, the complete include of coronavirus cases in medics arrived at 31 after the development of new cases. The general figure incorporates two doctors and two paramedical staff from the National Institute of Child Health ‘NICH’ of Karachi.
The health authorities have directly followed up on the new cases and moved the doctors to isolation wards. The organization of the medical hospitals likewise cleaned the concerned wards.
Two doctors of Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and eight medical staff individuals including doctor for Dow University Ojha Campus have likewise tested positive for COVID-19.
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