The COVID-19 sustains wreaking despoliation, with over more than 3,000 deaths and 80,000 people still suffering from the infection. National statistics claim that the Coronavirus tally has reached up to 329, with 22 new cases surfacing from Balochistan.
New Coronavirus Cases From Balochistan!
According to the Balochistan Government, the Thursday report mentions that there are now 22 new cases of the novel Coronavirus, which substantially has taken the provincial tally to 45. Speaking of overall, the number of patients with COVID-19 infections has reached to 329.
Following, Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah has recently announced the setup of isolation units to facilitate the Taftaan pilgrims. The joint meeting with the CM proposed that the funds for all necessary medical procedures will be arranged from the salaries of government officers.
Despite the lack of resources and funds, the Sindh Govt has been quite triumphant in handling the situation. With the world’s largest Coronavirus care and cure emergency center, CM Murad Ali Shah surely deserves a big chunk of plaudits.
As an attempt to curb any further spread of the virus, the Sindh Govt. has decided to acquire antiseptic soaps, worth Rs 100,000. The authorities will be distributing the soaps amongst the citizens.
Regarding the CM’s concern on the current situation, Sindh Information Minister said: “The CM is personally monitoring the situation. Importantly, the provincial government is ready to deal with any problem in connection with coronavirus outbreak.”
Death Of The Two Locals From COVID-19!
News channels from all around Pakistan reported the two deaths resulting from the Coronavirus infection. The first victim belonged to the area of Mardan, who recently came from Umrah. According to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Minister, Taimur Khan Jhagra: “The 50-year-old patient developed fever, cough and breathing difficulty. Upon testing, the latter came out as positive for Coronavirus. Moreover, other contacts are also under screening.”
On the contrary, the second patient belonged to the area of Hangu. Regarding the second patient’s death, Taimur claimed: “Sadly, a second patient in LRH Peshawar, a 36-year-old, from Hangu, has also passed away. Undoubtedly, the patient was suffering from the same symptoms.”
This very Tuesday, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan addressed to the Pakistanis, on concocting themselves against the virus. His suggestions enumerate that the utmost concern at this time is to prevent any further infections. PM Imran stated: ”I want to tell all of you, this virus will spread.”
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