Prime Minister Imran Khan will be the chief visitor at a World Economic Forum event to celebrate Pakistan’s “successful policies” against the novel coronavirus, PTI senator Faisal Javed Khan stated on Tuesday.
According to the senator, the forum is acknowledging the premier’s successful policies to contain the infection and has actually announced it will commemorate “Pakistan Method Day” tomorrow[November 25]
” This is yet another endorsement of Pakistan’s fantastic strategy of handling both coronavirus & economy,” stated Faisal in a tweet. “Massive success.”
Faisal stated WEF will display Pakistan’s handling of the deadly virus as a case research study. He included that other international forums have likewise stressed learning from the nation’s response.
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Meanwhile, the country is seeing a spike in coronavirus cases amid the second wave. An overall of 2,954 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the past 24 hours, bringing the cumulative tally to 379,883
With 48 brand-new deaths, the country’s coronavirus death toll reached 7,744
Up until now, an overall of 331,760 people have actually recovered from the virus while the active number of cases stands at 40,379
In September, World Health Organisation Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced a list of 7 nations the world could learn from in regards to handling the pandemic which included Pakistan.
Dr Tedros said Pakistan used the facilities it established in its fight against polio to tackle the COVID-19 Community health workers, previously utilized to vaccinate children for polio, have been redeployed for contact tracing and keeping track of, he kept in mind.
Other countries in the list consisted of Mauritius, Uruguay, Italy, Mongolia and Thailand.