Ajmal Wazir urged COVID-19 patients who have recovered to donate plasma | Instant News


PESHAWAR: Counselor Chief Information Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ajmal Wazir has appealed to coronavirus patients recovering from infection to donate blood plasma, ARY News reported on Tuesday.

Speaking to the media in Peshawar, he said that the Hayatabad Medical complex had begun a plasma transfusion test to treat COVID-19 patients and two doctors had also donated blood plasma.

He also urged people to maintain social distance during the Eid holiday because the threat of the virus still exists and it can spread even further.

Lockdown was reduced while still paying attention to the economic situation of people, he said and added that if preventive measures were ignored, the virus would spread and the government would be forced to take difficult decisions.

Read more: The Blood Transfusion Authority asks the recovered patient to donate plasma

It is important to mention here that plasma therapy for the treatment of coronavirus patients began in the hospital on May 10 after the government allowed clinical trials for the passive immunization process.

The number of confirmed corona virus cases in Pakistan has jumped to 57,705 with 1,356 cases reported over the past twenty-four hours.

According to the latest figures released by the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), 20,654 cases so far have been detected in Punjab, 22,934 in Sindh, 8,080 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 3,468 in Balochistan, 1,728 in Islamabad, 630 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 211 in Azad Kashmir.

With 30 more deaths due to the corona virus in the past 24 hours, the national death count has jumped to 1,197.

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