ISPR briefed that Pakistan Army is working along with civil administration around the country in fight against coronavirus epidemic.
The ISPR expressed that the armed forces and other law enforcement authorities are monitoring the entry and exits points of the country along with performing their duties at 182 quarantine centers.
The army is deployed in Kotli, Bhimber, Mirpur, Bagh, Rawalakot, Muzaffarabad and other areas in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, while the forces are also deployed in 9 districts of Balochistan province.
A 600 bed isolation facility is established at Taftan while another quarantine facility comprising 805 camps is setup in Chaman area, the ISPR said adding that a container based isolation center was built in Faizu Kili village of Chaman.
ISPR said that 10 isolation camps have been established in Gilgit Baltistan while army helicopters have also shifted medical supplies, which includes 5 ventilators, masks and coronavirus testing kits from Pak-China border in Khunjerab.
ISPR said that the armed forces were also deployed in 26 districts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, along with conducting strict monitoring of movement at terminals of international borders.
The army is also carrying out joint patrolling at check posts in 34 districts of Punjab while assistance is also provided to civil administration at quarantine facilities in Lahore, Faisalabad and Multan.
The forces are also monitoring the entry and exit points in Sindh province along with assisting provincial authorities at a quarantine facility established in Expo Centre Karachi.
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