2nd sortie of Medical Emergency Relief items from China reaches Pakistan

Uncategorized2nd sortie of Medical Emergency Relief items from China reaches Pakistan

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The second sortie of Medical Emergency Relief items from the People Republic of China reached Pakistan on Saturday, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

In a statement, the ISPR said that the medical relief items against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) included PCR testing Kits, surgical masks, protective cover all suits, N95 masks, and ventilators.


It is pertinent to mention that the Chinese medical team headed by Major General Huang Qingzhen arrived in Pakistan yesterday (April 24).

The ISPR said that the Chinese medical team comprising specialists including Disease control, pulmonologists, ICU, infectious disease and control, testing, and nursing experts will stay in Pakistan for two months to provide their expertise/guidance to doctors and paramedics for COVID-19 treatment at various hospitals across the Country.

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