- Less availability of beds as cases surge in Islamabad.
- 139 coronavirus clients undertaking treatment at PIMS.
- PIMS makes plans to ask 40 added beds for COVID-19 clients.
- This will bring the overall ability of the hospital’s beds for COVID-19 individuals to 200.
ISLAMABAD: The disconcerting rise of coronavirus situations in the funding has forced the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) to acquire brand-new beds as the health center nears complete capacity.
Hospital authorities verified arrangements are being made to obtain 40 added beds for coronavirus clients. With the enhancement of the brand-new beds, the total matter of beds for coronavirus clients in the hospital will amount to 200.
Right now, 139 coronavirus individuals of are undergoing treatment at PIMS. Out of the 21 ventilators in the hospital, 16 are in use, leaving only 5 available.
A day previously, a newborn that had contracted COVID-19 from its mommy was confessed to PIMS.
According to physicians, the baby acquired the coronavirus from its mom after birth. The newborn’s mommy remained in a steady condition and, consequently, not admitted to the hospital, a medical professional informed.