ISLAMABAD: On Monday, health officials announced that 28 new Coronavirus cases had been reported across the country in the previous 24 hours.
According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) data, the case positivity ratio was 0.90 percent, with 10 patients in critical condition.
In the last 24 hours, no deaths were reported from the Coronavirus, despite the fact that 3,105 Covid-19 tests were performed.
Meanwhile, Abdul Qadir Patel, Minister for National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination, stated that the government has strengthened the role of Pakistan’s Border and Health Services in dealing with any sub-variant of Covid-19.
According to the minister, all entry points into the country, including airports, are monitored.
All airports will conduct rapid tests and passenger screening, he added. He went on to say that 90 percent of the country’s population had already received the Covid-19 vaccine.
“In the country, an efficient system with a proper management team is fully functional to remain vigilant and is ready to make an emergency plan to deal with any sub-variant of Covid-19,” the minister added. He stated that the Border and Health Services Pakistan was ensuring that international health regulations were followed.
He stated that in the event of an emergency, the health system was fully prepared to deal with any sub-variant of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in the country, including BF.7.