Eighty-five other people died of coronavirus in one day in Pakistan on Friday, according to data from the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC).
Pakistan has reported 1,531 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, with another 83 dying from the virus.
The NCOC said Pakistan had conducted 30 248 infection tests, with a good rate of 5.06%.
The death toll from Pakistanis has risen to 19,467.
Most coronavirus mortality rates were reported in Punjab, followed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in second place.
Of the 83 deaths due to coronavirus on Friday, 73 were hospitalized and 36 were on respiratory aids.
Earlier NCOC had issued guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus during the Eid holidays.
The forum called on the nation to stand firm and stand firm in support of these measures for the well-being of the people of Pakistan.
- Eid prayers should be organized in open spaces with COVID procedures. If there is a compulsion to perform prayers in a Muslim church, then the windows and doors should be kept open for ventilation.
- Eid prayers should take place in 2-3 shifts in one place at set times to reduce attendance.
- Efforts should be made to keep the sermon (sermon) too short to minimize exposure.
- Encourage the sick, the elderly, and children under 15 to attend prayers.
- Compulsory dressing of face mask.
- Lots of points to get in and out of the prayer area to avoid people rushing.
- Hot tests at entry points.
- Availability and use of sanitisers on hand in entry and exit.
- 6-foot distancing marking marks in the area.
- Worshipers should bring their own prayer mats.
- Encourage people to perform wudu / dirt at home
- Disable fun and shake hands in the area after prayer.
- There is no meeting before and after prayer.
- Banners / panaflexes that promote COVID-19 agreements should be displayed in prominent areas of the area as part of the awareness campaign.
- Well-appointed parking lots should be provided for crowd management.