Pakistan Army assisting civil administration in efforts to contain Covid19

Pakistan Army assisting civil administration

Pakistan Army assisting civil administration in efforts to contain Coronavirus spread.

The troops of Pakistan Army are assisting them across the country.

Pakistan Army assisting civil administration

According to ISPR, Troops are busy in relief efforts and distribution of over 350,000 army assistance packages.

These packages contain basic food items.

Notably, they bought basic food items from the contributions of Army’s announced salary donation.

Earlier, Pak Army donated salary to help COVID-19 affected people in various areas of Pakistan to daily wagers, handicapped, labourers , widows and needy people including far flung areas.

Notably, soldiers distributed the relief packages in various parts of Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Azad Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan.

According to the NCOC, Coronavirus has killed 301 people in Pakistan on Tuesday.

Moreover, number of confirmed coronavirus cases in has soared to 14,079.

National command and Operation Centre also reported 3233 patients recovered so far.
Coronavirus has killed 301

Notably, 301 have died, including 20 deaths during last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, President Dr Arif Alvi visited various mosques located in NA-61 Rawalpindi on Tuesday night.

He reviewed the precautionary measures being adopted by mosques administrations during prayers and Tarawih.

Member National Assembly Amir Mahmood Kayani accompanied him.

The president visited Jamia Mosque Muhammaida Raza e Mustafa, Masjid-e-Aqsa Radio Pakistan, Masjid-e-Ghosia Bohar Wali Peshawar Road, and Jamia Hanfia Peshawar Road.

Arif Alvi emphasised that both the management of mosques and the people have to ensure the implementation of anti-COVID-19 precautionary measures guidelines.

He said all segments of the society would have to play their role in preventing the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.


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