The Covid-19 pandemic is spreading globally and numbers are increasing exponentially. So far, 182,605 cases have been reported. 7,171 people have died and 79,881 people have recovered. The spread of coronavirus is increasing with every passing day taking the tally to a total of 184 cases. People coming from Tahtan are considered to be the major source of the pandemic but can we fight coronavirus with telemedicine in Pakistan?
Right now, The entire nation is in a state of panic and fear. People are worried about kids and their elders since these age groups are at the highest risk. The government of Pakistan is calling help from local telemedicine companies in Pakistan to join them in fighting against this deadly virus.
Meanwhile, In this hour of need, InstaCare an award-winning telemedicine company striving to make healthcare accessible, reliable and efficient since 2016. Its telemedicine based solutions are already connecting doctors with patients not just locally but internationally too. For many doctors, the platform has remained a major source of getting patients from beyond the borders and different cities.
In these crucial hours, InstaCare is standing firmly with the people of Pakistan and its government. The company has launched online Coronavirus Clinics aka “Coronavirus Response Units”. These clinics have enabled patients in Pakistan to access care without having to travel, thereby reducing the risks of exposure and spread. With these clinics a patient can talk to a doctor and doctor can analyze the symptoms and the case from anywhere.
Coronavirus can harm you from a distance of a few meters, therefore, the safety of both patients, as well as, the doctor is critically important. Telemedicine seems a hope in this pandemic.