33 Covid Cases Emerge In Last 24 Hours
According to health officials, 33 new coronavirus cases have been reported across the country in the last day.
According to data from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), 19 patients were in critical condition, with a case positivity ratio of 0.84 percent.
3,942 Covid-19 tests were performed in the last 24 hours, but no deaths from the virus were reported.
Quetta had between 225 and 81 tests, Multan had 84 tests, Peshawar had 433 tests, and Lahore had 811 tests.
According to Abdul Qadir Patel, Minister for National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination, the government has strengthened the role of the Border and Health Services in Pakistan to deal with any Covid-19 subvariants.
According to the minister, airports are part of the surveillance system, which is present at all points of entry into the country. He stated that there will be quick passenger screening and testing at all airports.
He went on to say that everything was under control and that people should not believe rumours.
Despite the fact that 90 percent of the population had already received a coronavirus vaccination, the country’s Covid-19 case passivity ratio was only 0.3 to 0.5, he continued.
The Minister added:
“An efficient system with a proper management team is fully functional in the country to remain vigilant and is ready to make an emergency plan to deal with any sub-variant of Covid-19.”
He claimed that Border and Health Services Pakistan was in charge of ensuring that global health standards were followed.
He also stated that the health system was fully prepared to handle any sub-variant of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, including BF.7, in the event of an emergency.