The Pakistani governor called Covid lockdown a ‘symbol of fashion’, having fallen prey to infection | Instant News

In the midst of a worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, a governor of the Pakistani province called the locking because of the infection “fashion”. In a video distributed by Pakistani journalist Naila Inayat on Tuesday, Sindh governor Imran Ismail when he appeared in an interview with a local news channel said that locking was a fad. He argued that it was enforced everywhere because countries such as New York, Rome, etc. had been closed. Earlier, Imran Ismail, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide who was very close, was tested positive for the deadly corona virus.

He said: “I want to tell you one thing clearly, the lockdown because Covid-19 has become a fashion. It is a symbol of fashion. Because New York is closed, Los Angeles is closed, London is closed, London is closed, Rome is closed, so we are want to close our city or we will be deemed outdated. ”

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Pakistan count

Pakistan’s COVID-19 case reached 76,398 on Tuesday after 3,938 new infections were reported across the country, while the number of deaths from coronaviruses had risen to 1,621, according to the health ministry. The Ministry of National Health Service said that 78 COVID-19 deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths in Pakistan to 1,621. As many as 27, 110 people have recovered, he said.

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Sindh had 29,647 patients, Punjab 27,850, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 10,485, Balochistan 4,514, Islamabad 2,893, Gilgit-Baltistan 738 and Kashmir 271 occupied by Pakistan, he added. The authorities have carried out 577,974 tests, including 16,548 in the past 24 hours. The increase in the number of cases occurred a day after Prime Minister Imran Khan said that people must learn to live with COVID-19 until the vaccine is developed. Khan spoke to the media after chairing a meeting of the National Coordinating Committee, the highest body to deal with a pandemic.

“Coronavirus will not disappear until a vaccine is found. We need to learn to live with it and we can live with it if we follow the precautions,” he said. He said one million volunteers from the government coronavirus would raise awareness about the need to follow the guidelines. The government also said that all sectors would open slowly after deciding on a negative list of businesses that would not be allowed.

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