NCOC notes 60 deaths per day average and 4pc rise in Covid patients

NCOC notes 60 deaths per day average

NCOC notes 60 deaths per day average and 4pc rise in Covid patients during ongoing second fatal wave of Coronavirus infection.

Federal Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar said this, while talking to media in Islamabad today (Wednesday).

He spoke after a review meeting on COVID-19 situation.

NCOC notes 60 deaths per day average

Asad Umar again appealed to people to strictly follow the standard operating procedures (SOPs) to contain spread of the second of COVID-19.

He said National Command and Operation Center has witnessed sixty deaths per day on average.

Furthermore, the NCOC also noted four percent increase in Corona patients during the last two months.

Asad Umar said Pakistan successfully overcame the first wave of the pandemic, and it can again achieve the same success by adhering to the SOPs.

He said the government has made some important and difficult decisions to control the pandemic, which proved quite effective.

He further said the government will soon announce relief package for the sectors closed in the second wave of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan will chair a meeting of National Coordination Committee on COVID-19 tomorrow.

Meeting will review the latest situation about Coronavirus in the country.

NCC meeting tomorrow

The NCC Thursday meeting would also take necessary decisions in this regard.

Moreover, provincial chief ministers would also attend the meeting .

Meanwhile, Asad Umar regretted that people are not following the SOPs of Coronavirus as they did during the first wave.

Furthermore, the minister paid tributes to the doctors and paramedics.

He said they are rendering their services to help people in the pandemic.


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