Balochistan legislature expresses solidarity with Iran and China on coronavirus.
Balochistan legislature expresses solidarity
Chief Secretory Balochistan Fazeel Asghar said this while chairing a meeting in Quetta.
He also directed Provincial Disaster Management Authority to provide food items and medicine to pilgrims at Taftan border.
Meanwhile, Pakistani authorities closed Pak-Iran border at Taftan town in Chagai district on Sunday.
They said they do that to avoid spread of coronavirus.
According to official sources, the transit gate and joint markets at the border have been closed.
Therefore, trade and traveling activities also remain suspended.
Besides, the authorities had announced precautionary and protective measures in Taftan.
They also announced 100-bed tent hospital to combat emergency situation at Pak-Iran border.
Moreover, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on National Health Services Dr. Zafar Mirza says the government stands ready to deal with any eventuality.
He said this while presiding over a meeting in Islamabad on Sunday.
Furthermore, he said well-trained staff present at the Taftan and other border crossings to screen all passengers crossing over into Pakistan.