Information Minister Lambasts Modi Govt For Failing To Check Spread Of Delta Variant
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhary Fawad Hussain has lambasted the Indian government for failing to check the spread of Delta Variant of Coronavirus.
The minister said in a Tweet that the world was close to victory in its war against the pandemic but the irresponsible handling by the Modi government has again pushed us into deep trouble.
The Minister added that the failure of the Indian extremist government led to the spread of Delta Variant and we are again at the mercy of the virus.
At the time when the world was close to victory in its war against #Corona irresponsible handling of #ModiJanta has again pushed us into a deep trouble, Indian extremist Govt failure led to #DeltaVariant spread and we are again at the mercy of Virus
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) July 31, 2021
Indian Delta Variant Growing Across Karachi
Virologists claimed that the Delta variant of the coronavirus now accounts for 92% of the new cases in Karachi and is the leading cause of the increasing number of positivity and hospitalization in the city.
“Our experts at the National Institute of Virology at the University of Karachi analysed 90 Covid samples on July 14 and 15, and of them, 83 or over 92%, were of the Delta variant. This is an extremely alarming situation,” said the director of KU’s International Centre for Chemical & Biological Sciences.
He said that since the Delta variant is highly transmissible and infects a large number of people, more people will require hospitalisation, and the pressure on health care facilities will increase further.
Delta Variant Casts Shadow Over Pakistan, Dr Faisal
Special Health Assistant Dr Faisal Sultan had warned that a new and dangerous type of coronavirus, the Delta (Indian) variant, is emerging in the country following the fourth wave.
He had said that in view of the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country, it is important to follow SOPs to avoid other strains, including Delta.
Dr Faisal had said that the NCOC and the Ministry of Health also have a position to avoid tourism with incomplete vaccinations.
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