PICTURES: Two men fixes JUTH’s spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight

PICTURES: Two men fixes JUTH’s spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight.

These two men Gyang William and Nura Jibrin quietly walked into Jos University Teaching Hospital, JUTH and requested to repair all their broken down ventilators at NO COST as part of their contribution to fight against Covid-19. They promised to help build new ones.

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Two men fixes JUTH's spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight

Two men fixes JUTH's spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight
PICTURES: Two men fixes JUTH’s spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight

Two men fixes JUTH's spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight Two men fixes JUTH's spoilt ventilators free of charge as part of their contribution to COVID-19 fight

 

 

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic,  ventilators are one of the most sought after medical equipments in the world today because some people with COVID19 may experience severe respiratory distress that may require mechanical/artificial ventilation .

According to Wikipedia, a ventilator is a machine that provides mechanical ventilation by moving breathable air into and out of the lungs, to deliver breaths to a patient who is physically unable to breathe, or breathing insufficiently or having a respiratory difficulty.

The Dailytrust today, reported that there are a total of 169 ventilators in 16 states of the federation with some states having none while most are broken.

 

The fight against coronavirus is a joint task and we all need to play our part.

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Stay at home

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Report to the appropriate authorities if you notice any symptom or you have a case to report. See numbers for different states to call here.

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