ISLAMABAD: A special Pakistan International Airline Companies (PIA) aircraft, bring medical equipment from China, landed in Islamabad on Monday.
The news of an Islamabad-bound devoted aircraft leaving Beijing was shared on Sunday by Pakistan’s Ambassador to China Naghmana Hashmi on Twiter.
Taking a trip on the air bridge btw @PakChina another PIA airplane jam-packed with relief products for #NDMA left Beijing for Islamabad today. @Asad_Umar @Gwadar_Pro @CPEC_Official @ForeignOfficePk @AsimSBajwa @geonews_urdu @arynewsud @DunyaNews @SAMAATV @24NewsHD pic.twitter.com/Lhetd2mnbe
— Amb Naghmana Hashmi (@AmbNaghmanaHash) April 26, 2020
According to Radio Pakistan, the equipment consists of 15 X-Ray machines, 119 ventilators and 200 thermal weapons.
While getting the equipment, National Catastrophe Management Authority (NDMA) Chairman Lt Gen Muhammad Afzal stated that more medical equipment required to eliminate versus the unique coronavirus will show up in the future.
He added that in upcoming days, Pakistan’s screening capability each day will reach 40,000
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