Pakistan Army ready to help government contain Covid-19 pandemic
Special Corps Commanders' Conference held on Sunday to discuss Covid-19.
Pakistan Army met on Sunday to discuss plan of action to help the government contain the coronavirus, Covid-19.
Special Corps Commanders' Conference chaired by General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) was held at GHQ on single point agenda with regards to fighting Covid-19 spread.
Corps Commanders participated through video link from respective Corps Headquarters. The commanders reviewed countrywide spread of Covid-19 and deliberated army's readiness to assist civil administration to contain the pandemic.
All available troops of Pakistan Army and it's medical resources across the country have been tasked to be ready to assist activities in concert with civil administration on short notice.
"Nothing can defeat a responsible and determined nation. Pakistan Army being part of national effort shall serve and protect the nation as a sacred duty," the army chief said.
The details of plan of action will be shared subsequently.
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