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Pak government can take a big decision to stop corona infection, there will be a ban on eating in weddings!


Pakistan Corona Update: Corona infection is spreading rapidly once again around the world. All governments are implementing restrictions to control the infection. After increasing the cases in the neighboring country of Pakistan, the Imran Khan government is considering imposing many restrictions. According to Pakistani media, Parliamentary Secretary on Health, Nausheen Hamid has given a big statement calling marriages a super-spreader of Kovid matters. Hamid said, “We are looking at a complete ban on eating at weddings, as this is the peak time when people remove their masks to eat.”

According to Hamid, the matter will be discussed in the upcoming National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) meeting to be held in the next few days. Reports say that the NCOC will issue a clear policy, highlighting restrictions on the venue, number of guests at the wedding, etc. Hamid said that the main focus of the government is to ensure that the Corona guidelines are followed. Officials are trying to ensure that vaccine certificates are checked in all public places.

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He said, “We are going to re-follow the strategy implemented earlier with respect to smart lockdown. The lockdown will be imposed only in those areas where it is necessary.” In the last few days, there has been an increase in the cases of corona in Pakistan. On Wednesday, 2074 cases were registered, while on Thursday this figure crossed 3000. The rapid increase in infection remains a matter of concern for the government. Apart from this, the government is also focusing on vaccination, so that the danger of corona can be reduced.

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