Educational institutions closed for a week in cities affected by Omi Crown

Islamabad schools have been asked to continue education with 50 per cent attendance from Monday.

affected by Omi Crown

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The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), an organization that has taken action against the corona virus in Pakistan, has ordered the closure of educational institutions for a week in cities affected by Omi Crone.

According to the details released by the NCOC on Friday, corona virus variant Omi Crown infected within the educational institutions of major cities to detect the spread of the disease in corona test students and ensure accurate statistics. Made for

The data suggest a correlation between the level of vaccination and the rate of infection in different cities. That is why this decision has been made.

Continuous corona testing should be done in the next two weeks in educational institutions, especially in the most diseased cities.

High rate educational institutions / campuses / sections / special classes will be closed for one week.

The government is not doing a complete lockdown due to poverty – photo ejaznews

The provincial administration, in consultation with the district health department, education department officials and the school administration, will set a limit on the number of cases to be decided.

Federation units will run special vaccination campaigns in schools to ensure 100% vaccination of students above 12 years of age.

On the other hand, positive cases of corona virus are being reported on daily basis in Islamabad High Court and lower courts.

An extraordinary increase in corona cases in Islamabad courts has infected 15 judges and 58 officials of different courts.

Islamabad High Court Justice Tariq Jahangiri is also a victim of corona while Chief Justice Athar Minallah’s corona test has come negative after chest infection.

According to court officials, the courts of judges infected with the corona virus have been closed for Friday and disinfection will be sprayed in these courts.

According to district court officials, 10 judges and 29 officials of West Courts have tested positive for corona. In the East Courts, five judges and 29 coroners have been killed.

On the other hand, Justice Tariq Mahmood Jahangiri of Islamabad High Court has also tested positive for Code 19 and has quarantined himself.

The case list of cases was canceled in the court of Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri.

During the hearing of the cases in the Islamabad High Court on Friday, Chief Justice Athar Minallah said, “I am also not feeling well. I have a chest infection. I have taken the test but the negative report has come.

Islamabad schools have been asked to continue education with 50 per cent attendance from Monday.

The guideline tells parents that “in the current epidemic situation, according to government guidelines, students will have 50 per cent attendance in classes from Monday.”

Group A classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays, while Group B classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Friday is an alternate day.

It may be recalled that a total of 7,187 corona tests were conducted in Islamabad on Thursday, out of which 1,359 people tested positive for corona.

In this regard, the rate of positive corona cases has reached 18.91 which is the highest rate since the onset of corona epidemic.

DHO Islamabad Zaeem Zia said, “We have intensified the monitoring process and are appealing to the people to quarantine themselves in case of any symptoms.”

He appealed to the people to consult a doctor if necessary and get vaccinated.

On the other hand, the district administration has also started the process of sealing educational institutions with more than 15% corona cases.

In Pakistan, six months later, record positive cases of Corona have been reported in one day, while indoor dining has been banned in three cities from today.

The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), which monitors the corona virus outbreak in the country, said on Friday that 7,678 positive cases had been reported in the last 24 hours.

A total of 59,343 tests were conducted in the country yesterday. Thus, the rate of positive cases has reached close to 13%.

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