Pakistan to Receive Coronavirus Detection kits Today

Today (Friday), Pakistan provided the coronavirus detection kit as the coronavirus outbreak spreads all over the world.

According to reports, Japan supplies the kits to Islamabad, the National Institute of Health. The detection kit for coronaviruses will allow medical officials to check at least 1,000 death samples.

It was learned earlier that the country has a thermal scanner gun shortage at its airports, and it has sought help from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Pakistan has been promised of 100 scanner guns from the WHO. The temperature of the human body may be measured without touching by means of thermal scanners and it is also possible to detect suspected coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the government of Pakistan has decided that it will not evacuate Pakistanis from coronavirus-hit China, said Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health (SAPM) Dr Zafar Mirza on Thursday.

In practice the government of Pakistan agreed not to evacuate stranded Pakistanis from Wuhan and other parts of China following the breaking of coronaviruses, according to the World Health Organization’s guidelines. Mirza said. He said 170 people were killed and another 7,831 people, including four Pakistani students, were positive diagnosed.

He said that the government will demonstrate responsible behavior and not become a part in spreading the virus as the Pakistanis in China are being treated in the best possible ways.

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