Four Cases of Heat Stroke Confirmed at Karachi’s Jinnah Hospital

News Desk2 weeks ago

In the Jinnah Hospital emergency room, a 20-bed isolation ward has been created in response to the intense heatwave that is sweeping Karachi.

The number of people afflicted by the extreme heat has increased, according to medical officers, highlighting the need for prompt medical attention and preventative measures to stop more cases.

Punjab was placed under a heatwave alert by the Pakistan Disaster Management Authority (PMDA) one day prior.

Details indicate that the Punjab province (May 21–27) is experiencing a week-long heatwave, and the PDMA has cautioned residents against stepping outside in the afternoon.

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The PDMA notice warned that there could be a severe heatwave in Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan, Dera Ghazi Khan, and Multan and instructed the administration to set up heatwave counters at the hospitals.

The administration has been instructed to make sure that the medications required to treat individuals affected by heatwaves are available.

In the upcoming week, scorching temperatures as high as 46 degrees Celsius are predicted for various parts of Punjab.

There are regions of the nation experiencing extremely high temperatures.

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