The News of hiding corona cases because of the PSL is totally wrong
Assistant Prime Minister for Health, Dr Zafar Mirza, has said that it is 200% wrong to hide Coronavirus cases due to Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Talking to the media in Islamabad, he said that those coming from abroad who have the symbols can find out how to separate them and create SOPs for the rest of the people.
"This simple policy has been very effective in preventing from coronavirus, which needs to be strengthened and ready for serious situations," he said.
He expressed hope that the way that work is being done at the provincial and federal level will produce good results.
Responding to a question regarding the holidays in Islamabad in the context of the holidays in Sindh and Balochistan educational institutions, Assistant Special Assistant said that the situation is not the same now that we recommend holidays in schools in the federal capital.
He further said that the provincial governments are independent and we do not mind the decision they make in view of the betterment of their people.
Dr Zafar Mirza was asked that 2 to 200 people in 6 cities of the country are reported to be infected with the coronavirus and it is said that they are not being exposed due to PSL which they have allegedly been exposed to. "It's 200 percent wrong," he dismissed.
Regarding the possible spread of dengue along with Corona, he said that in consultation with the provinces, a national program for dengue and other pandemic diseases would be introduced under which standardized diseases would be controlled.
In a message to the public, he said that the most dangerous thing in this situation may be that you get too upset and need masks and other steps.
They give a few simple suggestions that if you have recently visited a country infected with the virus, then set yourself apart for 14 days and pay attention to your symptoms and if you have a fever, shortness of breath or cough. Contact Special Helpline 1166 for Ho Corona.
He said that the helpline should also be contacted if I am aware of anyone who has recently travelled and if there are any symptoms in or near him.
Dr Zafar Mirza emphasized that every nasal cold should not be considered as a sign of coronavirus as it is commonly found in the country if the nausea is spread.
Auxiliary Special said that other precautions to prevent the virus from washing hands repeatedly, limiting contact with people in case of a cold.
About the Pakistani students in China, he said, "We are working with the Chinese government to take every possible step for their welfare."
He said that the movement of Chinese people is also banned from their people, respecting the fact that Pakistani students are not being brought back so that the Pakistanis who are present outside the affected province have returned.
The Chinese city of Wuhan is believed to have infected more than 3,000 people and a total of more than 90,000 due to the outbreak of Coronavirus in 73 countries around the world.
So far 5 cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Pakistan, 3 of which are related to Gilgit-Baltistan and 2 from Karachi, all affected by the virus have recently visited Iran.