Canada announces support to Pakistan in battle against Covid-19
Canada has declared assistance to the medical staff in Pakistan fighting against the deadly coronavirus.
The Canadian High Commission has said that Canada will provide 850,000 medical staff working on the front-line war against the virus in Pakistan, and that Canada will use that amount to assist Pakistani medical staff through the WHO.
The Canadian High Commission said it was assisting the Government of Pakistan in responding to the Corona response request.
It may be recalled that the Ministry of National Health and Emergency Service has released a report on coronavirus’s deadly attack on health care workers.
Healthcare staff suffering from COVID-19 have registered 117 new cases in the last 24 hours, raising the number of doctors and paramedics infected with the corona virus to 2.561.
The death toll from the coronavirus has risen to 25, including physicians, according to the study, while another 78 physicians have been infected, taking the number to 1,510.
The number of coronavirus-infected nurses has also reached 352, while a total of 699 medical staff members have been infected with corona virus, and 231 medical staff are being treated at various hospitals.
The report said 8 healthcare workers were on ventilators due to critical condition while 1368 people were quarantined at home and elsewhere and 937 returned home after recovery.
It may be recalled that so far the total number of corona deaths in the country has reached 1688 while the number of patients has reached 80463 after new cases have come to light.