Sanam Saeed appeals to public to strictly adhere to SOPs set up to prevent COVID-19

Leading actress of Pakistan showbiz industry, Sanam Saeed, says that the public should be careful so as not to complain about lack of space in the hospitals and to strictly follow the SOPs made to prevent coronavirus.

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Baaghi TV: On social networking site Twitter, the Pakistani actress shared images of notices put up by Agha Khan and Indus Hospitals in Karachi.

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Saeed wrote, “Indus hospital and the Agha Khan hospitals have put up signs stating they are out of space and facilities to treat patients with covid19. Please do not become complacent and give up on the basic SOPs.”

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With the rise of coronavirus cases across Pakistan, hospitals are increasingly running out of space and facilities to treat further cases. It is to be noted that as per the statistics released by the National Command and operation Center, the highest number of deaths in a day, has risen to 97 on the 5th of June. Thereby, caution against the novel virus is essential for all.

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It is to be noted that due to the rapid spread of Corona virus in Karachi, the beds allotted for patients in hospitals, ICU and HDU have run out. Indus Hospital has apologized for not taking any more Corona patients. In this regard, a banner has been regularly hung outside the hospital by the management. The COVID-19 ward of the hospital has been completely filled.

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