ISLAMABAD – Minister for Data and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain hoped that Pakistan will begin exporting domestically manufactured ventilators this 12 months.
“As the result of work done by the science ministry during Covid, fourth company has gotten a license to manufacture ventilators,” he mentioned in a tweet.
The minister mentioned that the well being metropolis established in Faisalabad will begin manufacturing Auto disposable syringes from September.
الحمداللہ سائنس منسٹری میں COVID کے دوران جو کام ہوا اس کے نتیجے میں چوتھی کمپنی کو بھی Ventillators بنانے کا لائسنس مل گیا ہے، اس سال مجھے پوری امید ہے کہ ہم ventsایکسپورٹ کرنا شروع کر دیں گے، فیصل آبادمیں ہیلتھ سٹی بنایا تھاستمبر میں Auto disposable سرنج بنانا شروع ہوں گے
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) July 20, 2021
In July 2020, Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated the power of nation’s first-ever indigenously made ventilators at Nationwide Radio and Telecommunication Company (NRTC) in Haripur.
The Prime Minister opened the undertaking of native manufacturing of moveable ventilators named ‘SafeVent
SP100’, having the FDA/CE approval as a cheap and dependable ventilator by way of utilization and security.
Terming the event as ‘landmark achievement’, he mentioned ample expertise within the nation might assist acquire self-reliance in technological innovation and vowed the federal government’s sturdy assist to such initiatives.
The Prime Minister counseled the initiative of NRTC staff and the Ministry of Science and Know-how for efficiently producing locally-made ventilators.
He mentioned Pakistan’s response to coronavirus pandemic and adopting technique of good lockdown whereas protecting financial system afloat was extensively acknowledged.