US tops world in coronavirus cases, surpassing China and Italy

WASHINGTON: The United States on Thursday took the grim title of the country with the most coronavirus infections and reported a record surge in unemployment as world leaders vowed $5 trillion to stave off global economic collapse. More than 500,000 people around the world have now contracted the new coronavirus, overwhelming healthcare systems even in wealthy nations and triggering an...

233 Views 0

Coronavirus: Two doctors tests positive, nation-wide tally rises to 1,286

Information Adviser Ajmal Wazir on Friday said that 53 new cases have been confirmed in the province during the last 24 hours. Wazir in a press conference stated that inter-district transport in the province will remain suspended till April 5, adding that school vacations have also been extended till April 5. The adviser stated that the provincial government will engage...

1023 Views 0

Doctors, nurses battling coronavirus presented with guard of honour by Punjab police

Punjab Police on Friday presented a guard of honour to the doctors and nurses performing their duties at Lahore’ Mayo Hospital on Friday. All around Pakistan, people have come out to balconies, rooftops, parks, and other public places, waving white flags to honour the doctors, nurses, and paramedics — the nation's heroes — battling the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Singing...

291 Views 0

Coronavirus crisis: Sindh govt bans congregational prayers in mosques till April 5

KARACHI: The Sindh government banned congregational prayers in mosques across the province from March 27, 2020 till April 5, 2020. The announcement was made by Sindh information minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah. "Only three to five persons will be allowed to offer prayers in mosques," he said. He said that the provincial government had decided to impose a ban on...

146 Views 0

Newsone Bulletin 6PM | 26-3-2020

52 Views 0

Govt decides to ‘restrain’ congregational prayers amid coronavirus pandemic

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has decided to 'restrain' Friday congregational prayers as new cases of the novel coronavirus continue to emerge across the country. "It has been decided with a consensus that Friday prayers will be 'restrained'," said Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Dr Noor-ul-Haq Qadri during a news conference. "Only mosques' administration staff and a limited number of worshippers...

234 Views 0

PM Imran visits isolation centre in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan visited on Thursday an isolation centre in Islamabad and was briefed about the arrangements by the chairman of National Disaster Management Authority. The 50-bed isolation centre has been made for patients who have contracted the coronavirus. During his visit, the premier also performed ground-breaking of an isolation hospital and Infectious Diseases Treatment Center established by the...

108 Views 0

Saudi Arabia tells Pakistan to not prepare Hajj agreement amid coronavirus epidemic

RIYADH/ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia on Thursday told Pakistan not to prepare a Hajj agreement this year as the coronavirus panic spreads throughout the world, according to a letter received from the kingdom. In the letter sent to Religious Affairs Minister Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, Saudi Hajj and Umrah Minister Dr Mohammad Saleh bin Taher Benten said there should be no agreement this time...

178 Views 0

Medical experts to arrive in Pakistan to help combat coronavirus: Chinese vice minister

BEIJING: Vice Minister of China’s National Health Commission Zeng Yixin announced on Thursday that Beijing will send a team of medical experts to Pakistan to work closely with the health authorities and provide assistance and expertise in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. “As required by Pakistani side, China is preparing a medical team to visit Pakistan and this team of...

207 Views 0
Junior - Taleem Aam Karaingay - Juniors ko Parhaingay