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Covid19: All schools and colleges reopened in Pakistan after six months

Covid-19 in Pakistan: In view of the decreasing cases of corona infection, now all school-colleges in Pakistan have been opened. Primary schools in Pakistan were also closed for the last six months due to the Corona epidemic.

In Pakistan, all educational institutions closed for about six months because of Covid-19 reopened on Wednesday. Let us know that more than three lakh cases of infection (Coronavirus) have been reported in the country, although the cases have been reduced continuously for the last 15 days.

Both private and government schools have been opened with many restrictions and officials have been asked to follow standard operating procedures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.

Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood said that the primary school had the maximum number of students and they suffered the most due to the closure of the institutions.

He said that it was decided to open all educational institutions only after extensively analyzing the condition of coronavirus. Mahmood told reporters, "Under the first phase, 1,71,436 tests of the corono virus have been conducted since the educational institutions reopened on September 15,"In which only one percent infection was found in educational institutions.

He said that after considering these figures, it was decided to open primary classes. Pakistan's Ministry of National Health Service said that after the arrival of 747 new cases in the last 24 hours, the number of infection cases in the country has increased to 3,12,263.

On the other hand, China has included more than a dozen more countries in the final phase trial of its experimental Kovid-19 vaccines to wipe out the charges against itself while leading the international race to protect the global population.

The Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post on Tuesday quoted the vaccine-making company, government statements, and media reports as saying that Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Bahrain, UAE, Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Thousands in many countries including Indonesia and Russia.

In some of these countries, the final stage clinical trial of the vaccine has been approved. In these countries, it is being seen as a medium to get the vaccine soon. Many rich countries have already bought vaccines, which are yet to be approved.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutarares said that the death of more than 1 million people due to the coronavirus is a "traumatic halt", which has been made worse by this "cruelty of the disease".

In a statement issued after the death toll from the epidemic crossed 10 million, Gutareus called it a "shocking figure". In the statement, he said, "He was a mother, father, wife, husband, brother, and sister. There were friends and colleagues. The pain has increased manifold due to the continuation of this disease. Families are staying in homes because of the risk of infection.

Gutarais warned, 'The difficulties caused by the spread of the virus, disruption of jobs and education, and epidemics in our lives do not seem to be over.' This can be avoided by taking precaution such as rearing and applying masks. He said that if any medicine is made, it should be "available and affordable for all".

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