Meeting on the Corona was called by the Prime Minister Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) A meeting of the National Coordinating Committee for Corona was held by Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday due to the increase of cases involving Corona. Significant issues will be considered at the meeting, including the closing of education institutions across the country, including SOPs.

The Corona virus is once again on the rise across the world, according to the data. In view of the rising number of incidents, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan summoned a meeting of the Quaid 19 National Coordinating Committee. NCOC officials appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan at the conference. We’re going to notify you on the current case. The meeting chaired by the Prime Minister is likely to take major decisions, in which the issue of closing of educational institutions will also be discussed. Important topics, like SOPs, will be considered at the conference.

It should be remembered that 12 persons have lost their lives in the country’s Corona outbreak in the last 24 hours. According to a statement released by the NCOC, 1123 new cases were identified and 12 people lost their lives in the last 24 hours of the Corona outbreak, taking the total number of cases across the nation to 335,093 and the total number to 6,835.

The number of active cases has reached 13,242 across the nation. The number of those who have recovered has reached 315,016, according to the NCOC. Over the past 24 hours, 27,953 studies have been conducted on 146,331 patients in Sindh, 104554 in Punjab, 39,649 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 20,089 in Islamabad, 15,954 in Balochistan, 4,237 in Zad Kashmir and 4,279 in Gilgit.

The Corona virus in Pakistan is on the rise again. For more than two months, the corona virus test rate stayed over 4 percent, with 12 people dying of corona virus in 24 hours. In the ranking of countries with the number of Corona cases, Pakistan ranks 28th. Over the last 24 hours, 1123 individuals in Pakistan have been reported to be diagnosed with the global corona virus.