Corona: If the situation does not improve, tough decisions will be made, Asad Umar warned
ISLAMABAD: NCOC chief and Federal Minister Asad Umar has warned that if the situation in Corona in the country does not improve, more tough decisions will have to be taken.
In a media briefing after the meeting of the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), Asad Umar said that the sanctions were increased two weeks ago because of Corona. We are not happy to impose sanctions. Now Corona is spreading rapidly in the country. It has been and has spread to dangerous levels due to a new virus emerging in the UK.
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He said that the epidemic was spreading rapidly not only in Pakistan but all over the world and also in India.
Asad Umar said that the third wave of Corona is increasing rapidly. A total of 2842 patients were in critical condition. The number of patients has increased rapidly in the last 12 days if the number of patients increases at the same rate. If that happened then, we would all be in big trouble.
“Our goal is not to spread fear. This is the time to show leadership. This is the time to spread the message to save the people from the epidemic, not to let the epidemic spread to the extent that people’s jobs,” he added. I had to close.
Asad Umar said that efforts are being made not to harm the employment of the people. If we do not take immediate steps, there may be a situation where more sanctions will have to be imposed, so if the situation does not improve, tough decisions will have to be taken.