Military hospitals known as the Combined Military Hospital are Pakistan Armed Forces hospitals situated in various cantonments of Pakistan. A legacy of the British Empire, these hospitals were originally established for British troops. After becoming the Indian Army Medical Corps (IAMC), they were situated in areas that became part of Pakistan and now are known as the Combined Military Hospitals, Pakistan. Today, they offer vital medical treatment, such as in-patient and out-patient medical and surgical treatment to the military and the civilian population of Pakistan: representing millions of people. Just last month, the government provider launched a clinical trial to investigate the efficacy of ivermectin in COVID-19 patients.
COVID-19 in Pakistan
With reported cases just under 65,000, Pakistan has experienced 1,317 deaths as of this writing. For more information on the ongoing pandemic there, see Wikipedia with a decent overview. One of the world’s most populous countries with about 212 million, the nation’s economy as measured by GDP, struggles and must be proactive in overcoming SARS-CoV-2 to normalize its economy. There are conflicting signals from the country, much l...
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