Pakistan decides to lift all Coronovirus restrictions

With a steady drop in the number of new cases, the Pakistani government has decided to lift all Coronavirus restrictions. With experts and authorities urging further observation and vaccination.

Asad Umar of NCOC says, Pakistan is easing limitations since the pandemic is near to being eradicated.

Furthermore, he stated, “We have decided that all the restrictions we have imposed related to the¬†coronavirus. We are ending all of them … We need a transition process towards a normal, ordinary life,” he said during a press conference in Islamabad.

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Is it the end for the Coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan?

However, Umar stated that all restrictions on citizens who have not been vaccinated against the virus will remain in place until 80-85 percent of the eligible population has been fully vaccinated. Moreover, that the government will continue to monitor disease prevalence on a daily basis in order to make any policy changes in the future. The daily Covid-19 case count in Pakistan has dropped dramatically.

According to the NCOC, the country has reported 493 new illnesses in the last 24 hours, with the positivity rate dropping to 1.42 percent.

The daily Covid-19 case count in Pakistan has dropped dramatically. According to the NCOC, the country has reported 493 new illnesses in the last 24 hours. with the positivity rate dropping to 1.42 percent.

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The country has recorded 1,520,634 confirmed cases and 30,319 deaths since the epidemic began in early 2020. Despite the lifting of limitations in the country, Pakistani experts and officials think the pandemic threat remains, asking the population to continue taking precautions and vaccinations to fully beat the fatal disease.

Pakistan successfully conquers Coronavirus dangers

Pakistan has successfully conquered the difficulty of Covid-19. According to Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health Faisal Sultan, thanks to the government’s wise policies and initiatives.

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Provincial governments, healthcare experts, the media, and academics all played important roles in containing the epidemic. He added, noting that a vigorous vaccination program aided the country in containing the virus’s spread.

More than 70% of the eligible population has been fully vaccinated, and more than 80% has gotten at least one dose of the Covid vaccine, Sultan added, “which is extremely encouraging” for a country with a population of over 220 million people.

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