Pir Koh: Over 4,000 patients provided treatment at FC medical camp
An FC doctor checking a patient during a free medical camp at Pir Koh Dera Bugti: Photo provided by ISPR

From Our Correspondent :

DERA BUGTI: Over 4,000 patients including women and children were provided medical treatment at the Frontier Corps (FC) medical camp. The Balochistan Rural Support Program (BRSP), UNICEF, and FC have also been providing medicines to patients in the Pir Koh area of Dera Bugti district.

972 cases of typhoid were treated and the rest were treated for other diseases. More than 162 lab tests were performed in the last 24 hours.

124 water bowsers are working to provide clean drinking water to the local population and during the last 24 hours, 598000 liters of water were distributed in 54 affected villages. A team of Army Engineers has started a survey for the excavation of sacks of PSDP water supply scheme projects.

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