Pakistani Designer Creates Gowns For Medical Staff Fighting Coronavirus

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Pakistani fashion designer Asim Jofa has created a protective medical gown in record time for doctors and other medical staff fighting COVID-19 daily in the country.

Two days ago, Jofa posted on his Instagram that he wants to give back to society. During these challenging times, he’s working along with his team to start production of protective gear such as hazmat suits.

“Let’s fight back! Asim Jofa and the team have taken an initiative to contribute to society and play our part in helping our front liners to win this fight against coronavirus. We have started working on stitching protective gear for doctors and medical staff for their safety. Please share and tag and support us in this noble cause. We appreciate all that our front liners are doing and stand by them in this time of need,” he wrote.

The designer once again took to social media and announced that he has created the protective gear after 48 hours of hard work. In a video uploaded on Instagram again, Jofa showed what the first fabric prototype of the protective suit looked like. He also extended gratitude to his team for helping him out.”

Asim Jofa working for the greater cause

The suit is made up of high-quality products and has been approved by Dr Seemin Jamali, Executive Director at Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Center (JPMC).

People from the medical industry have been working day and night these days. While we all are resting at home, people like Jofa are working for the greater good and using their resources and expertise in the best way possible.

“Our mission is to produce self-protection suits and masks for medical staff and doctors. We want to distribute these free of cost to help them,” explained Jofa and added, “We have followed all norms of protection required.”

While fighting at such close proximity with a virus that is highly contagious, it’s a shame that Pakistani doctors haven’t been provided with apt medical protective suits that could protest them. Although aid has been arriving in the shape of protective suits and masks for the medical staff, there is still a shortage in the country.


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