ISLAMABAD: According to the National Institute of Health Islamabad and the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), Pakistan is completely prepared to handle the anticipated new wave of Covid variation.
A meeting of the National Command and Operation Center was presided over by Lt Gen Inam Haider, Chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA).
The NDMA chairman was briefed by representatives of the NIH Islamabad and the NCOC on the nation’s preparations to face the threat of any future Covid pandemic waves.
The NDMA was briefed by NCOC officials who stated that all intensive care units remain operational in hospitals across the nation, despite intensified surveillance at airports and other entrance points.
They said that Covid-19 is being sequenced in labs throughout all of the provinces and in the federal capital. According to their forecast, the nation is not at risk from the emergence of a new wave of any coronavirus variety, including the Covid-19 BF.7 variant.
A guarantee that 90% of the populace had received vaccinations was delivered to the NDMA chairman.
The authorities added that although patients who have the new COVID variations may have pain in their upper respiratory system, it won’t be too tough to manage.
The relevant officials were ordered by the authority to significantly enhance hospital resources for Covid patients. The NDMA issued directives to make sure ventilators, oxygen supplies, and antiviral medications were available at the medical institutions.
Along with members from the met department, the ministry of climate change, and other organizations, the representatives of the federal and provincial health officials attended the critical conference.