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Pakistani authorities are racing against time to add more beds and ventilators at hospitals amid a surge in deaths and coronavirus infections.
Authorities have started summoning troops to ensure people don’t violate social distancing rules, according to Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad.
Pakistan says it will be forced to impose a nationwide lockdown if the COVID-19 situation does not improve this week.
Army soldiers patrol the street, to enforce coronavirus safety protocols, as the spread of the coronavirus disease. Reuters
Pakistan on Monday reported 70 deaths from COVID-19 and 4,825 cases in the past 24 hours, according to Associated Press.
It comes a day after Pakistan closed schools in high-risk areas but refused to delay exams, ignoring protests from students.
Pakistan has reported 17,187 deaths from COVID-19 among 800,452 cases since last year.
Islamabad's District Health Officer Zaeem Zia told that although 186 seems like a large number, Islamabad is also testing more than other provinces, with 4,946 tests carried out in the last 24 hours.
The countries imposed with total travel ban include Botswana, Brazil, Colombia, Comoros, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Peru, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia.
The Saudi interior ministry said in a statement early on Thursday that entertainment activities and events as well as in-restaurant dining would be suspended for 10 days, open to renewal.
Experts suggest it is best to avoid travel, especially when busy transportation hubs such as airports are involved. Settings with high rates of virus transmission should be avoided, it is advised.
The Ministry of Education makes the use of the Emirates Standardised Test (EmSAT) optional for universities starting from the admission procedures for the academic year 2023-2024.
Muhammad Saeed Al Mulla was born in Al Shindagha, Dubai, in 1926, and grew up in the emerging city, which was groping for its path as a center for trade and pearl hunting.
The CBUAE has imposed a financial sanction of Dhs1,800,000, required the finance company to remediate the violations as well as for the Board of Directors to meet and rectify issues related to its composition.
The driver dangerously overtook other vehicles on the right, overtook from the road shoulder, and failed to keep a sufficient safety distance. He caused traffic mess and endangered the safety of drivers, the police said.