The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), which supervises Pakistan’s reaction to the Covid-19 outbreak, on Wednesday cautioned that the nation is quick moving toward a point where there will be no decision left yet to force another broad lockdown.
NCOC is strictly observing the circumstance. If there is no improvement in SOPs compliance observed, NCOC will have no real option except to back to strict estimates leading re-closures of services.
The announcement said the NCOC, during a special meeting held to screen the expanding, had noticed a clear rise in Covid-19 and noticed the increasing deaths rate owing to COVID-19.
It likewise addressed authorities to put a special focus on the apparent high-sectors areas of transport, markets, marriage halls, restaurants and public gatherings.
NCOC told the chief secretaries, wearing of mask and social distancing must be guaranteed. Authoritative actions will be taken against violators
The warning from the federal minister came a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan sounded alerts saying he feared a second coronavirus wave in urban areas, for example, Faisalabad, Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, and Gujranwala, as the winter season begins.
A week ago, the minister had indicated that the legislature may need to impose another lockdown in the nation to control the coronavirus spread, which will have negative impacts on the livelihoods of the individuals.
Asad Umar had said the national positivity of COVID-19 cases was 2.37% a day earlier, which is the most noteworthy in over 50 days.
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