As of Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 375,035 positive cases of coronavirus had been confirmed across the world. Figures suggested that 101.554 patients had recovered.
This will impact those holding health and third-party motor insurance policies due for renewal during the March 25-May 3 period who are unable to pay the renewal premium due to the COVID-19 lockdown, according to two separate notifications issued by the Finance Ministry.
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The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Pakistan on 26 February 2020, when a student in Karachi tested positive upon returning from Iran. By 18 March, cases had been registered in all four provinces, the two autonomous territories, and the federal territory of Islamabad. As of 11 May 2020.
DHAKA, Bangladesh. The World Health Organization (WHO) asked Bangladesh to consider imposing a complete or partial lockdown Saturday and declaring an emergency to combat the spread of coronavirus.
The tension in balancing people’s safety against the severe economic fallout is playing out across the world. Italy partially lifted lockdown restrictions last week only to see a big jump in confirmed coronavirus cases in its hardest-hit region. Pakistan reported 2,000 new infections in a single day after crowds of people crammed into local.
The World Health Organization suggested improving the situation by stating that, “All stakeholders involved in the COVID-19 response need to raise awareness of the potential effects that.
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SAUDI ARABIA: Thursday marks the start of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month normally characterized by communal prayers and sprawling nighttime meals to break each day’s dawn-to-dusk fast.But this year, with nearly all the world’s 2 billion Muslims under some form of lockdown, authorities in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and elsewhere have closed mosques for prayers and limited Iftar meals to homes.
On 31 December 2019, WHO was informed of a cluster of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China. WHO is closely monitoring this event and is in active communication with counterparts in China. In line with standard protocols for any public health event, an incident management system has been activated.
The number of coronavirus infections in Pakistan has been escalating exponentially. In this regard, the federal and provincial governments are taking stern measures to contain the outbreak of coronavirus.
A view of a downtown market is seen empty during restrictions due to COVID-19 situation in Karachi, Pakistan, Pakistan, March 20, 2020. The vast majority of people recover from the new coronavirus.
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Imran Khan said with the blessings of Allah Almighty and the preventive measures, including the lockdown, taken in the wake of coronavirus outbreak hitting the whole world badly, Pakistan with having just 30 percent of COVID-19 projected cases, so far had a very low mortality rate.The World Health Organization says only 3.4 per cent of the total number of people who contracted the virus have died from it. But this figure is being disputed.It has been in lockdown from March 9 and will remain in lockdown until at least May 3, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte confirmed earlier this month. This week saw the country slowly begin to.