Coronavirus: PCB helps paramedic staff
Coronavirus is spreading in Pakistan like other countries of the world. The number of trauma and deaths is increasing. In such circumstances, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has come forward to assist. The High Performance Center in Karachi has suggested that the PCB temporarily use paramedic staff during the epidemic.
The number of coronavirus affected cases worldwide has exceeded three and a half million. More than 15,000 people lost their lives. As of Monday, the number of people infected in Pakistan has risen to 800, and the death toll has reached six.
Karachi Expo Center has become a temporary hospital. Paramedic workers are serving the victims there. PCB chief operating officer Salman Naseer has termed them as heroes.
“Paramedic workers are saving lives at risk and serving victims of coronavirus. One of our small awards, in appreciation and recognition for the invincible heroes, is proposing the PCB’s state-of-the-art Hanif Mohammad High Performance Center to be temporarily housed and boarded for paramedic staff working at the Expo Center Hospital. So that they can more effectively and efficiently serve those affected by coronavirus.”
Government of Karachi has shut down all educational institutions in Karachi to prevent coronavirus infection. PCB suspended the Pakistan Super League (PSL) last Tuesday.
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