Corona cases may increase in winter, warns medical experts

According to the report published in The Dawn newspaper, Dr Shahzad Ali said that those who have not yet been vaccinated can be infected with the virus, so more and more people must get the corona vaccine mandatory, he stressed that the government should strictly monitor the positive cases of corona.

 

In Collaboration with Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) and World Health Agency Unit Aid, Shifa Foundation organized an event titled 'Covid-19 Test and Treatment Advocacy in Pakistan'.

 

Addressing the participants of the ceremony, Dr. Shahzad Ali said that quarantine centers have been set up in China for domestic travel, which means that a person will have to be quarantined for the first 7 days to travel to another city and after reaching his destination, he will have to stay in quarantine again for 7 days.

 

He said that the changes in the body due to corona cases can be positive and negative, but the stakeholders of the health sector should always be prepared for negative change.

 

Dr Shahzad further said that those who have not been vaccinated are more likely to fall prey to the corona virus, so all people should get vaccinated soon.

 

He said that those who have been vaccinated must get booster doses

 

He said that there is also a dire need to monitor positive cases as the virus can spread rapidly due to these cases.

 

 




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