Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal has tested positive for the corona virus

Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal has tested positive for the corona virus

Chief Minister Jam Kamal on Tuesday said that he has tested positive for the coronavirus, as the country has started imposing lockdowns on Coved 19 hotspots.

“My code test is positive,” he said in a tweet.

According to official statistics, 15,541 corona virus cases, 146 deaths and 15,220 recoveries have been recorded from the epidemic in Balochistan.

The chief minister announced that he had positive tests, but did not give further details about his condition.

Many Pakistanis including PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, ANP’s Ghulam Ahmad Bilour, Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser and Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Dost Muhammad Mazari Politicians tested positive for the corona virus, after which they went into isolation and recovered.

PTI Punjab Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Shaheen Raza Malik was the first legislator to die a few months ago due to COVID-19.

PTI MPA Mian Jamsheduddin Kakakhel from Nowshera, PML-N MPA Shaukat Manzoor Cheema from Gujranwala and former Sindh Minister for Human Population Haji Ghulam Murtaza Baloch also died of the coronavirus in June. ۔

Pakistan Medical Association warns of second corona virus wave

This comes just days after the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) warned authorities and the general public about another possible outbreak of the corona virus, which could occur in the United States, India and Iran. It will start with educational institutions.

Addressing the press conference, PMA officials said, “Unfortunately, so far the government’s response has been limited to issuing notifications of standard operating procedures (SOPs), which do not apply anywhere, including schools.” ۔ “

He said that winter has come and schools have reopened, and any negligence on the part of the government and the people could lead to another outbreak of the corona virus in the country.

“However, the situation on the ground is quite the opposite as there were no precautionary measures in the schools, which were opened in crowded buildings,” he lamented.


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