Good news: No new coronavirus case reported in Islamabad in 48 hours
April 15, 2020 09:32 AM
Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Hamza Shafqaat has said that no new positive cases of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) have been reported in the capital in the last 48 hours.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, the DC said they tested 300 suspected people during this period.
”Lockdown is working. Door to door surveillance is working. Allah has been kind. 2000 international passengers have come out of which around 37 were positive,” he said.
He said: “There are no new positive cases in Islamabad in the last 48 hours. We have tested 300 suspected people. Lockdown is working. Door to door surveillance is working. Allah has been kind. 2000 international passengers have come out of which around 37 were positive.”
The deputy commissioner said Bara Kahu, Rimsha Coloney, and Shahzad Town were sealed, due to which the spread of the deadly disease has stopped. “Taramari Chowk is sealed. We are providing food for every house there. It’s a challenge but we have to make difficult decisions to save lives,” he added.
According to the latest statistics released by the National Command and Operation Centre, out of the 5,837 infected persons, 1,378 have recovered their health and been discharged from various hospitals, while 46 are still in critical condition.