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Govt resumes thermal screening of incoming air passengers at airports to detect Covid19

Govt Resumes Thermal Screening Of Incoming Air Passengers At Airports To Detect Covid19:

Govt Resumes Thermal Screening Of Incoming Air Passengers At Airports To Detect Covid19

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has resumed the screening and monitoring of passengers at all entry points in the country to control the Covid19 problem in the backdrop of detection of new coronavirus.

From Wednesday, the health officials have resumed thermal screening of all the incoming air-passengers at the airports.

According to the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination, the spread of the BF.7 Omicron variant was a matter of concern for everyone.

The health officials said that many additional measures had been put in place to prevent the spread of the new Covid subvariant.

They said that an efficient system with management team is functional now to make an emergency plan to handle any sub-variant of Covid-19.

Meanwhile, the medical staff at the Covid Centers and ICU in hospitals all over the country are fully prepaed to handle any situation.

According to the health ministry data, vaccinated of 90% of the country’s population has already been completed against Covid-19.

Essentially, ventilators, oxygen supplies, and antiviral medicines in the hospitals are available to facilitate the patients in a better manner.

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