Sindh education minister Saeed Ghani tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the details, Ghani posted a video on his twitter and said that he didn’t notice the symptoms of coronavirus but he tested positive for it.
“I am going to self-isolation and will work from home now,” he added.
Ghani also requested his friends and coworkers to observe the symptoms in themselves.
Education minister demanded people to stay at home and follow the prevention.
Governer Sindh Imran Ismail has decided to self isolate himself as we was interacting with Saeed Ghani in past few days. He announced this in a tweet which reads, “After @SaeedGhani1 tested positive for corona, I have decided to isolate myself for 24 hrs pending results of my test, as I was in a meeting on corona with him in close proximity. Stay safe. Allah Kareem
After @SaeedGhani1 tested positive for corona, I have decided to isolate myself for 24 hrs pending results of my test, as I was in a meeting on corona with him in close proximity. Stay safe. Allah Kareem
— Imran Ismail (@ImranIsmailPTI) March 23, 2020
Saeed Ghani tested positive with Coronavirus. In a video message posted on his twitter account he said he has been diagnosed with Coronavirus, He said he is not feeling any of the symptoms of the virus still he tested positive for coronavirus. He has self isolated himself at his house. Has has also requested the people who met him in past few to days to put themselves in quarantine and take care of themselves
He said ” “Yesterday I got tested myself for the novel coronavirus and the results came as positive,” he added. “I am not feeling any symptoms of the coronavirus and feel completely healthy.”
He advised people “If your health deteriorates , consult your doctor,” he added. “It is my responsibility to inform everyone so that those who met with me can also self-isolate and quarantine themselves as I may have transmitted the the infection to them.”
Coronavirus Cases in Pakistan:
Total confirmed cases: 803
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: 31
Islamabad Capital Territory: 15
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: 03
The death toll due to deadly coronavirus in Pakistan has surged to 6 with the number of cases on the country still going up.