The district administration set up 41 isolation rooms for the treatment of Coronavirus patients in Faisalabad.
Quarantine facilities have been established at Allied Hospital, district headquarters hospital (DHQ), tehsil headquarters hospitals (THQs) and Rural Health Centres.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Muhammad Ali visited hostels of different universities and colleges and inspected quarantine health facilities arrangements there.
The DC visited Government College University New Campus, Jhang Road, Government College Women University Madina Town and Postgraduate College Samanabad along with by CEO Health Dr. Mushtaq Sapra, Assistant Commissioner City Syed Ayub Bukhari, District Health Officer Dr Bilal Ahmed and other officers for checking their hostels.
The DC reviewed the situation at the hostels and said such spots could be used in case of need.
He said district administration has taken comprehensive precautionary measures in view of possible Coronavirus threat.
He further said the people should take precautionary measures rather than panic about the virus.
He urged all departments to abide by the official guidelines. He said 6 isolation rooms have been set up at Allied Hospital, 3 in the DHQ, 2 in Government General Hospital Samanabad, 6 in Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Sammundari, 2 in Tehsil Hospital Jaranwala, 2 in Tandlanwala, 2 in Chak Jhumra and one in the Government General Hospital Hasib Shaheed Colony.
The DC said two isolation rooms are established at Rural Health Centre Chak 153 , and one each room has designated in Rural Health Centres Khardiwanwala, Satyana, Lundianwala, 65 Gb, 229 RB, Pindi Sheikh Musa, Kanjuani, Mamu Kanjan, Muridwala, 469 Gb, 134 Gb, 174 Gb, Dijkot and 30/JB.
He said glues, face mask surgical, gowns, goggles and other essentials equipment were available in large quantities. He said standby arrangements for quarantine health facilities have been made in Rural Health Centre 376/Gb, Arkana Bangla College, Rural Health Centres 400 Gb and Government College Pansara.