Sindh : Murtaza Wahab warned the Covid-19 situation in Karachi:
Addressing at a press conference in Karachi, Murtaza Wahab noted that the city’s resilience level had risen to 23.12 percent in the last 24 hours from 8.5-9pc in the previous ten days. He said the people did not follow the standard operating procedures for Covid-19 (SOPs) after the Sindh government relaxed the restrictions that led to positive growth. “Now Eidul Azha is coming, and it is dangerous, alarming and concerning situation in Karachi.”
There is no place to rest the Covid-19 limits in the province:
“The government does not want us to be rigid and set boundaries again because when we do that, sometimes the PTI means something and sometimes the MQM (Muttahida Qaumi Movement) says but no one thinks of doctors, health workers, and hospitals.”
Pakistan reports more than 2,000 Covid-19 cases on the third straight day
Recognizing the seriousness of the latest wave of the virus, he said a large number of people were getting sick, and hospitals were starting to overcrowd with Covid-19 patients. Wahab also noted that vaccines are widely available in the province and urged people to be vaccinated. “If they become too dangerous and there are no more hospitals, citizens will face the consequences. We all need to understand the risk of Covid-19 regardless of politics based on humanity, support our government, follow SOPs, embrace social exclusion and wear masks.
‘Election not selection: Murtaza Wahab
On the upcoming July 25 elections in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, he said people had come out completely to listen to the PPP campaign rallies because “the people of Kashmiri see that the courage and courage that the PPP is fighting against Kashmir, is probably needed today.” “I hope that on July 25, there will be an election, not a selection, and if that election is held openly, then that victory will be by the PPP,” Wahab said. The adviser also hit the government with an increase in essentials, saying people were expecting good news on Eid. He questioned why commodity prices were being raised while government spokespersons sent a history of economic recovery.
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