The Indus Hospital and Sindh Government Gearing up to Fight Corona Virus



Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Minister, Sindh addressed a press conference about Corona Virus. Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, Chief Executive Officer, Indus Health Network (IHN) represented IHN and assured that the Indus Hospital would support the government endeavors.
The CM briefed the media about the outbreak of Corona Virus in Pakistan. He said that the Sindh Government is actively working to control it. While explaining the official strategy, the CM told that trained healthcare professionals will meet all those people and scrutinize them, if needed. Government of Sindh is seeking help from some private sector hospitals including the Indus Hospital in training teams that will be able to test these people if they complain of any of the symptoms.
The government officials will be holding a daily meeting to monitor the situation and will acquire all equipment and masks required for prevention and treatment. He said, “in case someone tests positive, they will need to be isolated so that they do not come in contact with other people. The government will dedicate one hospital for the cause and the required equipment is being procured.”
The CM said that he has asked Dr. Abdul Bari Khan to procure ventilators for the Sindh government. The government will incur all expenses. Other equipment i.e. heavy-duty disinfectants and masks are also being procured.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]