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Murad Raas

COVID-19: Punjab bans curricular activities in schools of seven districts
Pakistan

COVID-19: Punjab bans curricular activities in schools of seven districts

  • “No curricular activity (i.e. sports etc) shall be conducted in those districts where COVID-19 positivity ratio is more than 20 cases,” reads the notification shared by Education Minister Murad Raas on twitter.
  • “Lahore, Gujrat, Multan, Rahim Yar Khan, Sialkot, Rawalpindi and Faisalabad subject to resumption of normalcy of education activities,” it added.
Published 08 Mar, 2021 04:34pm
Murad Raas tests positive for COVID-19
Pakistan

Murad Raas tests positive for COVID-19

  • Raas says those who came in contact with him in the past few days should get tested
  • The country's coronavirus tally jumped to 564,077 after 1,048 people tested positive for the novel virus in the last 24 hours
Published 15 Feb, 2021 11:40am