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Government warns of action against violators of anti Covid19 SOPs

Government warns of action against violators of anti Covid19 SOPs

Government warns of action against violators of anti Covid19 SOPs – standard operating procedures.

Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz announced, while addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Friday.

Government warns of action against violators of anti Covid19 SOPs

He warned that the government would take legal action against the elements instigating people for violating the anti-COVID-19 SOPs for the sake of their own personal gains.

Shibli said the threat of en bloc parliamentary resignations from Pakistan Democratic Movement leaders bound to fail.

He said this attempt would also fail like their previous attempts for getting an ‘NRO’ for their corruption cases did.

The minister said the opposition parties have nothing to do with the common man’s welfare.

He said the PDM was following the single agenda of getting the NRO for their corruption.

He lamented the PDM was putting the public lives at risk amid the increasing intensity of the deadly second wave of coronavirus.

Meanwhile, Pakistan govt confirmed over 3000 new cases and 50 more deaths due to Covid19 during the last 24 hours.

Coronavirus second wave

Official update on Friday said now the country has total 44,582 active COVID-19 cases.

However, 3,047 of them tested positive for the deadly virus during the last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, fifty more coronavirus infected patients died during the last 24 hours.

Among them 47 had remained under treatment in hospital.

Three of them stayed in their respective homes or isolation facilities.

National command and Operation Centre (NCOC) had confirmed their deaths yesterday.

28 patients among the aforesaid 50 died on ventilators.

During the last 24 hours most of the deaths had occurred in Punjab.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh followed, respectively.

GTV

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