Corona virus, federal government orders to seal Wagah border
Islamabad: Federal government orders to seal Wagah border for two weeks in fear of spread of Corona virus.
According to details, the federal government has ordered to seal the Wagah Border to protect by the Corona virus, after which the Ministry of the Interior has issued a notice in this regard, in which has said that It has been ordered to seal the Wagah border for two weeks.
Remember that in the National Security Committee meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, was decided to close the western borders for all kinds of transportation for two weeks, and had said that Kartarpur corridor would be closed for the Pakistanis while the Indian pilgrims would arrive.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the decision has taken at the meeting to make the entry points more effective, all borders will be closed for the next 15 days while steps on the entry points will be further tightened.
After which the closure of the Pak-Afghan border, Afghan transit trade, NATO supply and bilateral trade are suspended, while people's transport and trade between Pakistan and Iran are also closed.
It is believed that two people have been died in Pakistan by corona virus, one patient from Saudi Arabia and the other patient returned from Turkey via Dubai
Three more cases of corona virus have reported in Karachi, after which the number of patients has increased to sixty-nine, while the number of patients in Sindh has reached to 211.