Top officials of Pakistan are now into action with Punjab and Sindh by adopting precautionary measures for coronavirus after two cases have been confirmed in the country.
Dr. Mirza gave the confirmation on Wednesday that two cases were diagnosed in the country minutes after the first case was reported in the southern port city.
He said that both cases are being taken care of according to clinical standard protocols and both the cases are stable too.
He also mentioned that nobody in Pakistan should panic as things are under control.
The patient identified in Islamabad was immediately shifted to a quarantine in Islamabad’s PIMS (Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences).
Punjab is on high alert, scanners have been installed at airports and schools have been closed for two days.