PM Imran Khan will be the Main visitor at a World Economic Forum event to honor Pakistan’s “successful policies” against the novel Covid, PTI representative Faisal Javed Khan said on Tuesday.
As per the congressperson, the forum is recognizing the head’s successful policies to contain the infection and has declared it will observe “Pakistan Strategy Day” tomorrow .
“This is one more support of Pakistan’s splendid system of taking care of both Covid and economy,” said Faisal in a tweet. “Huge achievement.”
Faisal said WEF will show Pakistan’s treatment of the lethal infection as a contextual analysis. He added that other worldwide forums have likewise focused on gaining from the nation’s reaction.
Then, the nation is seeing a spike in Covid cases in the midst of the subsequent wave. A sum of 2,954 new COVID-19 cases were affirmed in the previous 24 hours, carrying the aggregate count to 379,883.
With 48 new passing’s, the nation’s Covid loss of life arrived at 7,744.
Up until now, an aggregate of 331,760 individuals have recuperated from the infection while the dynamic number of cases remains at 40,379.
In September, World Health Organization Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus declared top notch of seven nations the world could gain from regarding taking care of the pandemic which included Pakistan.
Dr Tedros said Pakistan utilized the framework it created in its battle against polio to handle the COVID-19. Network wellbeing laborers, recently used to immunize kids for polio, have been redeployed for contact following and checking, he noted.
Different nations in the rundown included Mauritius, Uruguay, Italy, Mongolia and Thailand.