The PAF Museum in Karachi on Shahrah-e-Faisal will be set up as an isolation center amid coronavirus, as stated by ARY Digital. Sindh cases have increased significantly, as the lockout has eased.
Murtaza Wahab, who is a spokesperson for the Sindh government, pointed out that the provincial government has spent around 134 million rs as of now. The amount was used at Expo Centre, Karachi, for the Field Isolation Facility.
“Now it has been agreed to set up another such isolation facility at PAF Museum, Khi.” The initial amount of disbursed was Rs30 million. Wahab was thankful for supplying the museum for the insulation center to Pakistan Airforce (PAF).
#SindhGovt had spent abt Rs 134 Mn on establishing Field Isolation Facility at Expo Centre. Now decision has been made to establish another such Isolation Facility at PAF Museum, Khi. An initial amount of Rs 30 Mn has been disbursed. Thank u Pakistan Airforce for providing space
— SenatorMurtaza Wahab (@murtazawahab1) May 3, 2020
In Pakistan, the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus has traversed 20,000. Sindh and Punjab marched past seven thousand.
Sindh’s chief minister had said in a tweet, “We have conducted 3259 tests in the past 24 hours, and 427 of them have been positive. “Of the 427 positive cases diagnosed in the province, 376 have been recorded in the troubling town of Karachi. A total of 122 people have lost their lives in Sindh due to the deadly virus.