PCB converts High Performance Centre to temporary lodging for paramedics
|| CF Correspondent ||
The Pakistan Cricket Board has agreed to convert its Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre as a temporary living area for paramedic staff working at the makeshift hospital at Expo Centre, Karachi.
The decision to offer up the facility, which is after the name of legendary batsman Hanif Mohammad, comes after a request from the Sindh Government.
Pakistan has reported 803 COVID-19 cases and six deaths so far. Globally, the death count has crossed 16,000.
PCB chief operating officer Salman Naseer said that, “All the paramedic staff are our heroes as in these challenging and difficult times, they are risking their lives to save the lives and wellbeing of many affected by COVID-19."
“As a small token of our appreciation and acknowledgement to these unsung heroes and as part of our duty of care, the PCB is pleased to offer its state-of-the-art Hanif Mohammad High Performance Centre as a temporary lodging and boarding for the paramedic staff working at Expo Centre hospital so that they can serve those suffering from COVID-19 more effectively and efficiently.”
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