The recent introduction of COVID-19 has triggered the need to wear a face mask in public places. In a public event, Lahore Commissioner Muhammad Usman called on all people to wear one. He warned that those who do not wear a mask could be detained and thrown into jail for six months. Moreover, a mask will protect you from the deadly diseases caused by the virus.
There are many hospitals and clinics across the country, and the Lahore Police have been leading a flag march for the cause. The Lahore Epidemic Control Ordinance 2020 stipulates that all persons who leave their homes without wearing a face mask should wear one. The number of such cases has prompted increased enforcement efforts and the police have increased the number of their operations to ensure that people are following the SOPs.
The Lahore Police carried out the flag march, accompanied by teams from different operational units. The team of police officers and other public authorities participated in the event. The police chief and commissioner Muhammad Usman emphasized the importance of wearing a mask in public places. The flag march was led by Lahore Police Commissioner Muhammad Usman. In addition to participating in the event, the police officers also held a vigilance meeting to help prevent a new outbreak of the virus in the city.
The UET textile department has state-of-the-art lab facilities. Students in the department worked long hours during the holidays to complete the project. In record time, the UET team successfully completed the entire project in just eight days, with the average price per piece of the facemask in Lahore at Rs. 9. The current price for a similar mask is between five and nine times higher, and that doesn’t even include its antimicrobial performance.
The Lahore Police have conducted the flag march and the Lahore Wear Mask campaign to raise awareness. The flag march was led by the city’s Commissioner Muhammad Usman. The event aimed to create awareness of the need to wear a face mask in public places. It was held at the Sundar Industrial Estate. Several companies are offering masks.
The first case of Coronavirus in Pakistan
The first case of the novel coronavirus in Pakistan was registered on Saturday. The government has also implemented smart lockdowns in 27 more areas of Lahore. The fourth wave of the NCF virus in Pakistan continued to alarm the nation. The virus has caused the deaths of 47 people and has infected more than 4,000 people. Despite the precautions, the outbreak is still spreading. With so many people suffering from this deadly virus, the Punjab Government has decided to implement a complete lockdown.
According to the official statistics, the number of people affected by the novel coronavirus is increasing day by day. On Saturday, 48 more people contracted the disease and died. This is a sign of the severity of the disease. This virus has already spread across all four provinces in Pakistan. Its fourth wave continues to alarm the country.
The fourth wave of the novel coronavirus has already affected the province of Punjab. The government has already introduced smart lockdowns in 27 more areas of Lahore. On Saturday, four more people died and 4,767 more were infected with the virus in Pakistan. It is no surprise that the virus has spread so quickly in Pakistan. It is not just a common illness, but a disease that affects the entire population.