Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal expressed satisfaction over the arrangements made to ensure lockdown for curbing the spread of coronavirus in the province.
It was reported that he talked to journalists.
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal paid surprise visit to the Quetta city to inspect the arrangements made by the administration to ensure lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in the province. Speaking to journalists on the occasion, Jam Kamal said Quetta city cannot be put under complete lockdown as most of the things are transported to the city from other parts of the province and the country.
The chief minister underlined need of precautionary measures to beat the COVID-19.“Precautionary measures only solution to control over the pandemic.”He also urged the philanthropists to come forward to help the people of the province.The government is trying its utmost not to disturb common people due to lockdown.
Earlier, the CM had visited Command and Control Centre established to monitor coronavirus outbreak in the province and got briefing from the officials about the latest situation.
On the other hand globally the number of confirmed cases due to the deadly coronavirus has risen to 471539, out of which 114,694 have been recovered. However, 21,296 have died due to the novel coronavirus. The death toll in Italy rose to 7,503, with 74,386 infections, as Spain’s death toll surpassed China’s. Italy reported 683 new deaths in the coronavirus pandemic, bringing its total to 7,503. Spain, meanwhile, recorded more than 700 deaths over the past 24 hours – surpassing China in the global death toll – making the country now second to only Italy.