Pakistan reports 747 new cases of coronavirus during last 24 hours

Pakistan reports 747 new cases of coronavirus

Pakistan reports 747 new cases of coronavirus during last 24 hours.

According to the NCOC’s updates, 32031 people got tested over the last twenty-four hours.

Pakistan reports 747 new cases of coronavirus

As per the latest statistics, the pandemic claimed lives of five more people during the last twenty-four hours.

296,881 patients have so far recovered from the disease.

There are now 8,903 active cases in the country.

On the other hand, Radio Pakistan reported a meeting of National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) in Islamabad.

That is reviewing the coronavirus situation in the country.

Relevant authorities informed the forum about the increase in Covid positive cases particularly in Karachi.

Out of 747 positive cases, 365 cases reported in Karachi over the last twenty four hours.

Special Assistant on National Health Services Dr. Faisal Sultan emphasized that smart lockdown, contact tracing and following health protocols is important for disease containment.

The Secretary Health Sindh apprised the forum that civil administration is monitoring the situation.

He said appropriate administrative actions will be taken in consultation with all stakeholders after taking into account disease prevalence and spread pattern.

SOPs for primary schools

Meanwhile, public and private sector schools have resumed primary level classes from Wednesday.

They did so under the final phase of reopening of educational institutions,

Moreover. the educational institutions have been directed to ensure strict compliance of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

SOPs include the use of masks and hand sanitizers besides social distancing to avoid the spread of Coronavirus.


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