KP Govt to train 1,000 health workers of private hospitals to control COVID-19


PESHWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Healthcare Commission has announced training programme for 1,000 workers of private hospitals regarding adoption of safety measures to control COVID-19 infections.

Chief Executive of the Commission Dr Maqsood Ali, in a statement today [Tuesday] said an extensive training to doctors, nurses and paramedics of private hospitals would be started next week with special focus on adoption of all safety measures against COVID-19 and better management of the viral infections.

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