Pakistan receives 100 state-of-the-art ventilators from the US

America donates 100 state-of-the-art ventilators to Pakistan to support fight against COVID-19

Pakistan has received 100 brand-new, state-of-the-art ventilators from the United States of America to boost fight against COVID-19.

The ventilators that arrived in Karachi on July 2 will be deployed in hospitals across Pakistan.

Made in America ventilators that are valued at about $3 million have been donated by the United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), in cooperation with Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority.

The ventilators are compact, easily deployable, and reflect the latest in cutting-edge medical design and technology. It will enable Pakistan to more effectively treat patients suffering from COVID-19.  

Ambassador Paul Jones remarked, “The United States stands with Pakistan in its fight against coronavirus.  These American-made ventilators will help Pakistani patients in the most acute need of medical care.”  

“This donation delivers on President Donald Trump’s generous offer of these critically needed supplies and supports Pakistan’s urgent response to the pandemic” the official statement reads

The U.S.-Pakistan health partnership to fight coronavirus is helping to improve and expand laboratory testing, disease monitoring, case tracking, infection prevention and control, and patient care. 

The United States has contributed nearly $27 million in new funding so far to this vital partnership that is growing every day. We are also thankful for Pakistan’s contribution of medical supplies to help fight coronavirus in the United States.

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