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March 28, 2020

Doctors asked to care for their families by following dress protocols

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March 28, 2020

MULTAN: Nishtar Medical University VC Dr Mustafa Kamal Pasha advised the doctors to care for their families too by following dress codes at workplaces. In a video message, Dr Mustafa Kamal Pasha urged medics, nurses and paramedics to change their dresses which they wore from homes at hospitals before starting treatment of patients to save it from germs. “When we come from our homes by wearing neat and clean dress, it is germs free, but there are chances of germs at it when we return after performing duties. We step into it without bothering germs which could be harmful to our families.” He said that the doctors should first change dresses before their professional duties adding that apparently doctors, nurses and paramedics were serving the country and the nation, but they could pose threat to their families. After switching off the duty, hands should be washed thoroughly as well, he recommended.