ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan appreciated the nation’s resolve in adjusting to “the new normal” by following the security pointers and face the problem of the coronavirus pandemic as one nation.
The prime minister directed to make sure strict implementation of SOPs, endeavor all required administrative actions to implement the technique of good lockdown, and subsequently persevering with mass consciousness marketing campaign to curtail the unfold of coronavirus, particularly stop its resurgence throughout Eid-ul-Azha.
The premier expressed these views on Saturday throughout his go to to the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on the event of completion of 100 days of its institution.
Federal ministers, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, high-ranking officers, and provincial representatives have been current on the event.
The prime minister was briefed intimately concerning the present state of affairs and the sample evaluation of COVID-19 unfold.
He was additionally apprised on how the technique of good lockdown had yielded ends in balancing life and livelihood, conserving the financial system afloat whereas containing the illness.
It was highlighted that as per the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economic Outlook, amongst a gaggle of 30 international locations, Pakistan has reversed the projected downturn from -0.four to 1.1.
From July 19 to May 20, Pakistan’s exports fared significantly better as in comparison with the exports from different international locations of the area.
PM Imran lauded the efforts of the NCOC crew in placing up a sturdy response to the pandemic and making certain coordinated actions all through the nation.
From each day monitoring of the state of affairs to the capability enhancement of well being system and from establishing a reputable database to raised useful resource administration and formulation of applicable SOPs, the NCOC had led from the entrance within the struggle in opposition to the pandemic, the prime minister noticed.
He additionally paid tributes to all docs, para-medical workers, and emergency responders working as frontline staff in opposition to COVID-19.
The prime minister additionally acknowledged the function and companies of healthcare staff, emergency responders, and administration crew from all of the provinces, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan.