“Prime Minister Imran Khan has been diagnosed with Covid-19 and resides reception,” Pakistan’s health minister wrote during a tweet.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was diagnosed with coronavirus (Covid-19) on Saturday, Health Minister Faisal Sultan tweeted. He stays home, the health minister also tweeted.
This comes two days after Khan received his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine. “Prime Minister Imran Khan was vaccinated today. At the event, he called on the state to make sure that SOPs are fully implemented thanks to the third wave of the disease,” his office said on Twitter on March 18.
According to local media reports, Khan was in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa at the inauguration ceremony at Malakand University on Christian holy day. He also visited Swat Motorway to launch the Swat Expressway Tunnels.
Along with many countries round the world, Pakistan is additionally seeing a rise in daily Covid-19 cases during a vaccination campaign. The country has 623,135 confirmed cases, to stay with statistics published on the online site of Dawn, one in every of Pakistan’s leading newspapers. the worth stands at 13,799.
On Thursday, Pakistan laid the groundwork for the worst-hit areas. All markets, shopping malls, offices and restaurants are ordered to stay closed. However, grocery stores, hospitals, pharmacies, bakeries, meat and milk shops are exempted from the restrictions.
On Wednesday, South Asia received a second batch of 500,000 Sinopharm vaccines sent by China through its vaccination program.