Chairman NDMA rules out shortfall of testing kits, machines in Pakistan.

ISLAMABAD -- Chairman National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Lt General Muhammad Afzal on Saturday has said that there is no shortfall of coronavirus testing kits and machines in Pakistan.

NDMA Chairman Muhammad Afzal while talking to media after receiving the shipment of relief goods from China to flight COVID-19 said that Pakistan possesses testing facility up to 75 days at the moment and the authorities are working to enhance the number.

He said Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has also provided 11 laboratories for the tests of the coronavirus patients.

'All patients with symptoms are being tested for the pandemic and the claim of conducting less tests is not true.'

'The NDMA is delivering equipment to all provinces with the help of the Pakistan...

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