On Friday, Pakistan received a hundred more ventilators from the United States government to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The spokesperson of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said that out of 100 ventilators, five were given to Gilgit Baltistan, six to Azad and Jammu Kashmir, thirteen to Balochistan, twenty-three to Punjab, twenty-six to Sindh and twenty-seven were given to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
On 3rd July, the United States of America donated one more shipment of brand new ventilators to Pakistan in order to support the country in fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paul Jones US Ambassador to Pakistan handed over those ventilators to Lieutenant General Muhammad Afzal Chairman National Disaster Management Authority during a ceremony which was held in Islamabad.
In the ceremony, Muhammad Afzal said that the government is also upgrading the hospitals all over the country in order to facilitate all coronavirus patients.
According to him, additional beds and ventilators have been installed in different hospitals in the country.
Paul Jones clearly said that the United States of America is going to stand with Pakistan to fight out the coronavirus. He further added that the US-made ventilators will help the COVID-19 patients who are in a severe need of medical care.