Karachi: Sindh Province confirmed another case of coronavirus in Karachi on Saturday, bringing the total number of COVID-19 infections in the province to 16.
According to the Sindh Ministry of Health, a 38-year-old man who arrived in Karachi from Saudi Arabia contracted a viral illness.
On the other hand, 3 out of 28 coronavirus patients in Pakistan have been discharged after full recovery.
A government helpline “116” has also been established to address coronavirus issues. If she or someone they know has symptoms of the virus, or if they have recently been in a country affected by the disease, they should be urged to report to the hotline.
The first coronavirus case was isolated in Pakistan on February 26. All cases have traveled, indicating that the rest of the country is being imported for shipping.
To date, however, there is no evidence of a second transmission route, but as the number of imported cases increases, exposure and access to indigenous peoples increases.
Therefore, the risk of secondary infection cannot be excluded in the coming days.
Given the current situation, it is not only essential to continue inclusion, but also to actively prepare for mitigation measures and immediately share mitigation advice with all relevant target groups.