Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Health & Education

COVID-19 infects 15 judges and 58 employees in Islamabad

Islamabad: According to ARY News, 15 judges and 58 employees of the district court in Islamabad have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Omicron variant instances are increasing in Pakistan as the country deals with its fifth lethal wave of coronavirus.

This infection has sickened 15 judges and over 50 lower-court staff members.

The East and West courts of the district court building have been closed for hearings following the discovery of many cases.

Local authorities have quarantined the judges and personnel, and they will disinfect the courts of the judges and employees in the meantime.

According to government statistics released on Friday, Pakistan has seen an increase in the number of COVID cases to 7,678 in the past 24 hours, the highest daily total since the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020.

There have already been 1,353,479 confirmed cases across the country as a result of recent cases being discovered. (ANI)

Aimen Bukhari
Written By

Works at The Truth International Magazine. My area of interest includes international relations, peace & conflict studies, qualitative & quantitative research in social sciences, and world politics. Reach@ aimen.bukhari@tti.org.pk

Advertisement

Facebook

International

According to a statement released by Pashinyan's office, he discussed "preparations for the negotiating process on normalisation of ties between the two nations, humanitarian...

Latest Updates

A heavy contingent of police including the bomb disposal squad conducted the search operation around the residence of ousted prime minister in Bani Gala.

Latest Updates

The court issued notices to the NAB chairman, DG FIA, and interior secretary, demanding explanation about interference in prosecution.

Latest Updates

After Nadeem was fired and fined Rs5 million, a copy of the verdict was submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs within seven days...

Copyright © 2021 The Truth International