Amid the growing number of coronavirus cases in Balochistan, the provincial government has decided to extend the lockdown till April 21.
According to the notification issued by the Balochistan government, the existing restrictions have been extended for two weeks across the province.
Earlier today, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan had confirmed that 31 more people had covered from the COVID-19 in the province.
CM Jam Kamal Khan had taken to Twitter saying at least 31 more patients who tested positive for COVID-19 had made a full recovery in Balochistan and discharged from hospital.
Alhamdulilah 31 more +positive persons now tested show negative discharge from SKBZ today at 10:30 Pm.— Jam Kamal Khan (@jam_kamal) April 5, 2020
Making it 60 altogether.
Meanwhile, Pakistan’s coronavirus tally had jumped to 3,505 cases were reported from across the country during the last 24-hours, the national dashboard maintained by the federal ministry of health had shown.
According to the statistics on the dashboard, the death toll in the country from the virus had jumped to 51.