Telehealth portal to be needed after Coronavirus: PM Imran Khan

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

20th May, 2020. 08:17 pm
Telehealth portal

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that even though Coronavirus is over, a telehealth portal will still be needed.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated a telehealth portal to deal with the coronavirus. Addressing the function, he said that the telehealth portal is a very good step.

In his statement, the Prime Minister said that until the vaccine arrives, we have to live with Coronavirus and if we compete with the West, our situation is not like that.

Imran Khan also said that due to Coronavirus, developed countries are also in a very bad condition, this year we will have to fight with Coronavirus.

Addressing the launch of the telehealth portal, Prime Minister Imran Khan also said that many health workers have joined the Tiger Force while more than one million people have joined the Tiger Force.

The Prime Minister said that the number of volunteers in Pakistan is more than one million, we will need more doctors as the number of coronavirus case increases so the volunteers will play an important role for health facilities in remote areas.

Imran Khan also said that he paid tribute to Tania Aidrus and her team for launching the portal. The number of patients in Pakistan is less than in Western countries.

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During the speech, Imran Khan further said that a teleschool was launched on PTV for the education of children, lady doctors should come forward as much as possible and become part of the portal, the country is having a hard time due to the COVID-19.

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