Pakistan Reports One Death, 319 New Cases Of Coronavirus In Past 24 Hours


Pakistan’s Covid-19 record dropped significantly as only one person died and there were 319 new cases in the last 24 hours on Saturday.

According to a report from Pakistan Radio, 280,340 patients have recovered from Covid-19 in Pakistan, and the latest statistics show that the country currently has 8,748 active coronavirus cases.

The report says 22,434 coronavirus tests have been conducted in the past 24 hours.

Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasized strict compliance with standard operating procedures during Moharram, including the use of masks, to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.

He chaired the meeting of the COVID-19 National Coordinating Committee in Islamabad on Friday, and he said that effective coordination and a comprehensive strategy will help successfully fight the coronavirus.

But he said that the threat still exists and requires the cooperation of the entire country. He thanked Ulema and religious leaders for their cooperation in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic during Moharram, and thanked them for their gestures.

At the meeting, the meeting detailed various steps to stop the spread of the coronavirus in Moharam, resume educational activities in schools, implement testing, tracking and quarantine strategies, and test plans for various sectors, especially tourism and aviation, and Micro and smart locking strategy.

The meeting was informed that due to the effective measures taken by the government, the number of positive corona cases has been greatly reduced.

Regarding the resumption of school education activities, the Prime Minister instructed to negotiate with the provincial government, school administration and other relevant personnel to complete all arrangements so that a final decision can be made at the meeting to be held on the 7th of next month. School education activities.

The meeting also decided to review the sanitation regulations for domestic air travel in view of the improvement in the country’s corona situation.

Federal ministers, advisers, special assistants, NDMA chairman and other senior officials attended the meeting, while AJK Prime Minister and provincial heads participated in the discussion via video links.

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