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Awareness of Second Wave of Coronavirus By Dr. Javed Akram V.C UHS

Awareness of Second Wave of Coronavirus By Dr. Javed Akram V.C UHS

Alkhidmat Foundation invited Prof. Dr. Javed Akram, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Health Sciences, Lahore for a talk on the second wave of Coronavirus and the future of the world after the commercialization of vaccination. Dr. Javed appreciated the endeavors made by Alkhidmat Foundation during the lockdown and subsequent days. He talked in detail about

Alkhidmat Providing Oxygen Cylinder

Emergency Oxygen Cylinder

In order to provide immediate healthcare relief to the people of underprivileged background suffering from coronavirus, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has started providing oxygen cylinders and oximeters to the patients being isolated at their homes. The service is aimed to provide necessary support to the critical patients who are suffering from breathing problems caused by the

Inauguration of Alkhidmat COVID-19 Testing Lab Karachi

Inauguration of Alkhidmat COVID-19 Testing Lab Karachi

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has opened a new state of the art COVID-19 Testing Lab in Karachi. Sindh Governor Imran Ismail inaugurated the lab. Already Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has opened a similar testing lab for coronavirus in Lahore as well. The lab has been equipped with modern diagnostic facilities as the standards of the World Health

Food Package Distribution by AKF D.G. Khan

Food Package Distribution

The volunteers of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan chapter Dera Ghazi Khan distributed food packages among daily wagers and needy in this pandemic.

Inaugural Ceremony of Passive Immunization by Alkhidmat

Inaugural Ceremony of Passive Immunization by Alkhidmat

Taking lead in treatment of COVID-19 patients in Pakistan, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan formally started Blood Plasma Donation service to introduce passive immunity against coronavirus. The service has initially been made available in Lahore in collaboration with Pakistan Institute of Blood Diseases and the critical patients of coronavirus will be treated on priority basis. In order