ISLAMABAD – The 11th free pollen allergy camp set up by the local administration has treated as many as 200 allergy patients at Aabpara Community Center, a spokesman of ICT Administration said.
The spokesman further said that the camp had started working from Friday and 200 allergy patients were treated on the first day. Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) has been organising these camps since 2004 during the allergy season where all the medicines are provided free of cost to the patients.
The administration claims that allopathic, homeopathic and tib-e-unani treatment facilities are available at the camp. Chief Commissioner Islamabad, Tariq Mahmood Pirzada has said through a press statement that maximum treatment facilities would be provided to patients during this season for which the philanthropists, chemists had been urged to donate maximum medicines for the patients. Doctors and paramedics of district health department and experts including Dr. Oman Yousaf, Hakeem Rizwan Hafeez, Dr. Nasir and Dr. Athar Niaz Rana are treating the patients at the camp.
The camp will remain operational for one week, however this time period can be increased depending upon the pollen counts in the air.