Islamabad: In spite of the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Pakistanis celebrated the second day of Eid Al Adha at a party, seeing and photographing, three important rituals associated with the festival.
In doing so, he ignored the health authorities’ warning that this Eid could be fatal for the distribution of COVID-19 nationwide.
The cases continue to escalate as a result of SOP violations as people go to the cattle market to buy sacrificial animals and slaughterhouses without any intervention.
This is dangerous and could undermine all efforts by health groups in the past to prevent the spread of COVID-19, says Health Health District (DHO) Dr Zaeem Zia.
In Islamabad alone, interest rates have dropped to 8.96%, the highest in recent months, Zia said.
He encouraged people to get vaccinated and tested on COVID-19 and to avoid conventions.
Dr Zaeem Zia warned that Delta cases of COVID-19 are spreading rapidly in Islamabad and it is best to wear face masks, stay away from people, and follow the SOP.
According to the National Command & Operation Center (NCOC), the number of cases caught was more than 50,000 on Thursday, with 52,752 cases reported. (The number of cases determined to reduce the number of cases found and die will provide the maximum number of active cases.)
According to NCOC figures, in the last 24 hours, 40 people have died and 2,158 new cases have been reported across the country. In addition, 34,216 tests were conducted at the same time and interest rates remain above six percent. The latest price is 6.30%.
The total death toll from COVID-19 in the country has now risen to 22,928 while the number of cases since the outbreak last year rose to 998,609. The number of patients treated so far is 922,929.
In the last 24 hours alone, 895 people have recovered, according to NCOC data. According to the World Health Organization, more than 450,000 people received the COVID-19 vaccine on the day before Eid.
Vaccines nationwide were closed for just one day (July 21) due to Eid and all resumed operations on Thursday.