The number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has reached 1865,as more cases report from countrywide today.
The number of patients recovered from the virus stands at 57, whereas, 25 Pakistanis lost their lives and 12 remain critical in different hospitals, according to the national dashboard.
Two coronavirus patients on Monday have recovered their health after treatment in Buner, an area of Khyber Pakhunkhuwa.
According to the health department, both the patients tested negative after being admitted to the hospital due to deadly virus, earlier this month.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Minister for Health and Finance Taimur Jhagra on Monday lauded the provincial administration for enforcing a coronavirus lockdown in the area.
From the air, Mingora Swat, where the effects of the lockdown are also visible. For sure things can improve, but it is clear the KP administration is doing a fantastic job. Thank you all. pic.twitter.com/hzfBAXEorO— Taimur Khan Jhagra (@Jhagra) March 30, 2020
Situation in AJK
Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider on Monday said that 204 teams of the government were in the field to tackle the coronavirus outbreak across the valley.
"Saving human lives is my responsibility. We have started spraying disinfectants in the cities, streets and residential areas of the valley," he told the media at a press briefing.
China's special plane carrying relief goods
Another aircraft of China carrying medical supplies regarding Coronavirus pandemic arrived in Karachi on Monday.
The medical supplies include testing kits, N-95 masks and protective suits.
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail on March 27 had received a consignment of medical aid from China for fighting the coronavirus epidemic in the country at Karachi airport.
Sports Celebrities Boxer Amir Khan to donate Rs40m to Pakistan
Pakistani origin British boxer Amir Khan has announced to donate Rs40 million to Pakistan to help fight the novel coronavirus.
Boxer Amir Khan also offered to use his Islamabad boxing academy as a quarantine for the coronavirus patients.
Developing health sector real service to nation: SAPM Awan
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that developing the health sector is a real service to the nation.
In a statement issued on Monday, the SAPM said that the opposition was upset when government ministers spoke truthfully.
“Developing the health sector was not a priority for the previous rulers,” Awan said. “What mattered to them was putting their name on the board.”
“For Imran Khan, the health of the nation comes first,” she said, adding that the incumbent premier had increased the health budget.