With the emergence of new cases of Coronavirus across the country, the number of patients has risen to 892 and 7 have died. Coronavirus has been confirmed in 17 more patients, according to data from the Corona Virus website, followed by Corona Virus in the country with 892 cases.

There are 399 confirmed coronary patients in Sindh, 249 in Punjab, 110 in Balochistan, 80 in Gilgit-Baltistan, 38 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 15 in Islamabad and one in Azad Kashmir.

The first death toll from Coronavirus was reported in Punjab after which according to official data, Coronavirus has increased to 7 in the country while 6 people have returned to their homes for recovery.

Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid confirmed the death of a coroner in Lahore with Coronavirus and said that a coroner had died in Lahore while 57-year-old Arapasiab was undergoing treatment at the hospital but today did not suffer from the disease. Bring it on.

Corona virus death toll rises to 6 Photo: file

Deployed troops nationwide;

According to a statement issued by the Interior Ministry, the army has been deployed across the country and the interior ministry has issued notification of army deployment in Federal, Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir.

Lockdown in Punjab;

The regular lockdown has been started in Punjab for 2 weeks from today, and religious and social gatherings of all kinds are banned throughout the province while domestic and foreign air operations are also closed.

All public and private institutions throughout the province, including Lahore and Rawalpindi, are completely closed, but banks, medical stores and essential stores are open and citizens are allowed to shop there. Inner-city, inter-state and inter-provincial transport is also completely closed while double rides are banned, but only families are exempt from this restriction.

The second day of lockdown in Sindh:

Today is the second day of lockdown in Sindh including Karachi due to coronavirus. Public transport is missing from the roads due to lockdown in the city while police are patrolling in different areas, besides police and Rangers. Nafiri is also stationed at various locations in the city.

Double ride ban:

On the other hand, during the lockdown, the Department of Home Affairs has also banned double riding of motorbikes across Sindh, including Karachi.

Lockdown in AJK for 3 weeks:

The Azad Kashmir government has also announced a lockdown for 3 weeks, saying that unnecessary travel and exit of the public is banned, transport of all kinds will also be suspended. Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider has said that in the case of the most urgent situation, keep the ID cards from home.

Announces Rs 3,000 a month to 70 lakh daily persons:

A meeting of the government’s economic team, chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, took place in Uttarakhand for the purchase of basic necessities for food supply to poor citizens after a lockdown in all four provinces in view of the spread of the Coronavirus. And relief was also given to welfare agencies on the purchase of rations, while joint relief operations were also discussed in Corona affected areas.

According to sources, the Prime Minister approved the major economic relief package in view of the Coronavirus and it was decided at the meeting that Rs 3,000 a month would be given to 70 lakh daily occupants, a relief package of Rs 200 billion was also given to the exporters. Done.

Coronavirus Prevention Precautions:

1: Wash your hands thoroughly with an alcohol solution or antiseptic soap. The washing process should take at least one minute. This can greatly help in preventing infection.

2: If you suffer from cough and nausea, wear a mask and wash your hands with disinfectant soap after wearing and removing the mask.

3: The World Health Organization has stated that if you are healthy, no need to wear an N95 mask for medical use. A simple mask can also be worn instead. But it is very important to wear the mask correctly, keeping in mind that the gap between the mask and the face is not open.

However, it is important to dispose of disposable masks. Although the World Health Organization has stated that the coronavirus cannot remain active outside the human body for long, it is important to bury the disposable mask.

4: Avoid crowds and crowds and keep people away.

5: Avoid touching the eyes, nose and mouth repeatedly. In this case the unknown viruses on the hands can go inside the body.

6: Boil water, wash your hands and make wudu ‘as usual.

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Originally posted 2020-03-25 09:11:53.