Coronavirus: Virus spreads further

Another case comes forward amid fears

Lahore (3rd Mar, 2020): COVID-19 spreads further in Pakistan as another case comes forward. 

According to reports, since its initial outbreak in China’s Wuhan region, the coronavirus has spread to more than fifty countries across the globe. Pakistan is among those affected by the novel coronavirus, identified as COVID-19.

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The virus which can be transmitted by three basic means especially affects people who may have been recently ill. The first confirmed case of Coronavirus in Pakistan came forward last week when reports came that a student had been diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Although, confirmed cases in Pakistan are relatively less the numbers are rising rapidly. State Minister for Health, Zafar Mirza, confirmed a fifth case in the federal territory earlier today.

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In his recent tweet, he stated that the patient is “stable and being managed well”. He added that the media should respect the “privacy of the patient and the family” as they work to overcome the virus.

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Based on reports of Baaghi TV, one other case has come forward in Pakistan’s Gujranwala region.

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