Our Hospitals have fully reopened today with social distancing measures implemented to ensure the well-being of our patients and staff.
Patients are being scanned on arrival and staff members are fully equipped with appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks.
During lockdown, only emergency cases were being seen - with 16,501 patients receiving urgent treatment.
We have missed serving our patients in large numbers, and are all geared up to serve with even more dedication than before!
Patients wait in line outside one of our free eye hospitals in Pakistan
A patient is scanned to check his temperature before entering the building
A sign with clear instructions for safety is placed at the entrance of the facilities
Social distancing measurers call for patients to be spread out at least 2 metres apart
Staff and patients wear masks to prevent spread of the virus
Staff are equipped with PPE