Social distancing essential to curb coronavirus: Murtaza Wahab
KARACHI: Social distancing is essential to curb the unfold of coronavirus, Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister on Law Murtaza Wahab mentioned on Tuesday.
In a video message, Wahab mentioned: “So far, there is no cure for coronavirus […] the only way to defeat it is by observing social distancing.”
“We need to take precautionary measures, such as remaining indoors and not leaving our houses unnecessarily,” he urged.
Wahab appealed to the individuals to observe the directives issued by the Sindh authorities and guaranteed the people who the authorities have been doing every part they might to curb the unfold.
“The Sindh government is working with NGO’s to provide rations to the needy,” he mentioned, including that in due time the commodities can be offered to everybody.
“We do not have enough facilities to tackle this pandemic. The world’s superpower has been plagued by this outbreak,” he mentioned.
The provincial authorities has taken a number of steps to curb the unfold of the virus because it was the primary to impose a lockdown and restrict the variety of individuals in mosques.
Meanwhile, the variety of confirmed COVID-19 circumstances in Pakistan stands at 1,943 after new circumstances have been reported within the nation, whereas Sindh’s contaminated tally stands at 676 with eight deaths thus far.