Residents asked to remain alert, Covid-19 threat not ended: Commissioner

Staff Reporter

Commissioner Rawalpindi Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah asked the residents to strictly follow Standard Operating Procedures(SOPs)related to business activities to ensure safe working conditions.

Chairing a meeting to review anti-C arrangements here Tuesday, he said though COVID-19 cases had witnessed a sharp fall during Eid holidays due to timely measures taken by the government, there is a need to remain alert as the 3rd wave of COVID-19 spread not ended.

On the occasion, District Health Authority briefed the meeting that 192 more C positive cases were reported during the last 24 hours included 180 from Rawalpindi and 12 from other districts.

Among the new cases, 52 reported from Rawal Town,53 from Potohar town,59 from Rawalpindi Cantt,6 Gujar Khan,5 Taxila 4 Murree,3 Islamabad,3 Chakwal,3 AJK and one each from Kotli sattian, Attock, Jehlum and Lahore.

“Presently 91 confirmed patients were admitted to various city facilities.

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