Visitors not allowed, PML-N leader’s condition improving?

According to Baaghi TV reports, the husband of PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz, Captain (R.) Safdar fell victim to the COVID-19. His Corona virus test has not yet been negative, however, his condition has begun to improve.

Liverpool’s Muhamed Salah tests positive for COVID-19

German School Finds DIY Answer to Anti-Virus Ventilation

According to hospital sources, Captain (R.) Safdar’s oxygen level has also improved and on further improvement, he will undergo corona test in next 72 hours. If their Corona test is negative, he will be discharged from the hospital.

Islamia University Bahawalpur gets closed again

Indian Chargé d’Affaires summoned to register Pakistan’s strong protest over Ceasefire Violations by India

Doctors have barred all his political and close associates from meeting. No one is being allowed to visit. Many PML-N leaders and workers rushed to the hospital to see Captain (R.) Safdar, but the hospital administration has banned visitors due to which no one could meet with him.

China suspends fish imports from India after detection of coronavirus on samples

Rahul Gandhi is a ‘Nervous’ Leader, Barack Obama

Captain (R.) Safdar complained of cold and fever, after which he underwent corona test. Captain (R.) Safdar has been admitted to Sharif Medical Complex, and will be kept in quarantine for 14 days. Captain (R.) Safdar was with Maryam Nawaz in the Gilgit-Baltistan elections. On his return to Islamabad, when he was tested, he was diagnosed COVID-19 positive. However, Maryam Nawaz’s corona test was negative.

Juhi Chawla stranded at airport after returning from Dubai, says ‘pathetic, shameful state’

China finally congratulates Joe Biden, Kamala Harris for their victory

ISPR Statement on LOC Violation by India

It is to be noted that cases of Corona virus are on the rise in the country, following which the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) for Corona Prevention has directed strict implementation of the code of conduct in the country.

G20 Declares Framework on Debt Relief for Poor Nations

Civilians killed and many others wounded in Neelum Valley

Clearly, the second wave of corona is continuing in Pakistan and corona cases are constantly increasing.

The National Command and Operations Center has made it mandatory to wear a mask to prevent corona virus in Pakistan. Masks must be worn when leaving homes. In government and private sector offices, workers will be required to wear masks. Provincial governments have been instructed to make SOPs and masks mandatory in markets, shopping malls, public transport, restaurants.

Return of Angry Tunisian Football Fans who Set Sail for Italy

FBR calculates the total cost of ‘Big Fat Wedding’

Kashmore Incident: Reward for police officer’s brave daughter

Dr. Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant for Health, said that the second wave of corona virus has gradually started in Pakistan. To deal with the second wave, SOPs will have to be strictly enforced. By taking precautions we can deal with the second wave of corona.

COVID-19, over 34,000 tests conducted as cases on the rise

Severe tremors in Balochistan

Pressure to surrender to Israel, PM’s ideological response

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for the latest news and updates! 

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.