1,200-bed field hospital at Karachi Expo Centre becomes functional

 KARACHI: A 1,200-bed field isolation centre established at Expo Centre Karachi for coronavirus patients inaugurated on Thursday inaugurated. Governor Sindh, Corps Commander Karachi and Sindh’s health minister was present on the occasion of the inaugural. The centre is meant to isolate and treat confirmed patients of the coronavirus in a safe and secure environment. Talking to newsmen after inspecting the arrangements in the isolation centre, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail said confirmed patients of coronavirus will be kept in the centre and lauded the role of Pakistan Army in establishing the centre along with the Sindh government. He said thousands of volunteers have registered themselves to discharge their duties in the centre. He said the isolation centre will remain functional till elimination of the coeronavirus pandemic from the country. The governor Sindh urged philanthropists to come forward and donate to make the isolation centre functional for the long time.