Four other doctors in Multan tested positive for corona



Multan: Of the 10 doctors working at Nishtar Hospital, four doctors and family members tested positive for corona here on Monday.


All the infected people were rushed to the isolation ward. Doctors examined Corona Positive Dr. Tahir Fateh Shah, Dr. Mansur, Dr. Rashid, and Dr. Alexander. Doctors are on duty for 12 hours due to a shortage of doctors in the wards. The Pakistan Medical Association and the civil society have paid great tribute to doctors for their duty to protect the lives of the people.


Meanwhile, Professor Drs. A PMA delegation led by Masoodur Rauf Haraj visited the Isolation Ward and met with the doctors and their family members who entered, expressing solidarity. The PMA delegation encouraged physicians to serve the public and perform their duties with dedication.

Speaking to reporters, PMA President Prof. Drs. Masadur Rauf Haraj said the coronary pandemic had betrayed the whole country but doctors were struggling with commitment and saving lives. He said his courage was ideal for the rest of the community. He said that doctors, nurses, and paramedics at Nisar Hospital were serving the people without any fear. He said that all PMA members were accompanied by their partners in the fight against the corona pandemic.

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Participants emphasized a global focus on the physical, psychological, and economic problems of the elderly. The Vice-Chancellor of Motu, Prof. Dr. The elderly are a significant group of the population, and any aspect of neglect or abuse has a long-term negative impact on society, and the country in general, said Uzma Qureshi.

Therefore, the elderly at all levels need stringent alertness as well as prevention and remedial measures. Ms. Muniza Manzoor Butt said that in order to understand and bring up the challenges and opportunities presented by the aging population, her caregivers, including national and local government, academics, and the private sector, have all tried to create a climate of violence-less.

Dr. Valeed Iqbal, professor of anthropology at Quaid-e-Azam University, said the research shows that elderly abuse, neglect, violence, and exploitation are some of the biggest problems facing senior citizens in the world. According to World Health Organization statistics, 4 to 6 percent of elderly people suffer some form of abuse, and most of them are senior academics, not Professor Ayesha Khan.

Zika approves Rs.2.8b project for Vasa: Japan's International Cooperation Agency has approved a mega project worth Rs.2.8 billion for Multan Vasa, it said here on Monday.

Zika offers the most advanced machines for operation and maintenance. Zyka offers 27 heaters, 27 flashers, dumper trucks, pumps and other sophisticated machines to plug old lines. The project was approved by the Central Development Working Party to strengthen Vasa with machinery and equipment and lead the agency in very modern ways. Under this scheme, JAICA provides the latest machinery and vehicles for Vasa for operation and maintenance. The project aims to improve services and make progress in the public distribution system, Vasa officials said.

The Japanese megaproject is changing the climate in Vasa. The Japanese mission, consisting of engineers and specialists, has been closely monitoring the wreckage of Vasa vehicles in Multan for over a month. He prepared the proposals and recommended a mega project for Multan Vasa.

The proposals for the mega project were approved by the regional CDWP. The CDWP also approved the basic concept paper. Vasa officials said foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi played a key role in approving the mega project.

The district administration on Monday decided to install a new block at the Multan Kidney Center in view of the sudden increase in patients in the Kidney Center: Patient Patient Doors.

At a meeting with consultants of the Multan Institute of Kidney Diseases, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Amir Khattak decided to build a new block. The meeting recommended that the Kidney Center be expanded to accommodate the maximum number of patients.

The center serves the people not only from Multan but also from entire South Punjab and provides them with advanced medical facilities, DC said. The DC government said the Punjab government has realized the needs of kidney patients.

 He said a new block would be erected at the top of the center and construction would begin soon. He said the Punjab government had set up the Ab-Pak Authority to provide clean drinking water to its citizens. Dr. Ali Imran Zaidi, executive director of the Multan Institute of Kidney Disease, told reporters that the company is dialysis treating 3,600 patients per month.

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