Balochistan Govt. Extends the Lockdown till April 21 Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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The government of Balochistan has extended the lockdown until the 21st of April amid coronavirus outbreak, as per the reports of local media.

As per the issued notification by the government of Balochistan, the current restrictions have been prolonged for 2 more weeks throughout the province.

Previously, the CM of Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan had given confirmation that thirty-one more people had recovered from the coronaviurs in the province.

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CM Jamal Khan had taken it to his social media handle on Twitter and posted that at least 31 more patients who tested positibe for the coronavirus had made complete recovery in the province of Balochistan and have been discharged.

In the meantime, the coronavirus count of Pakistan had increased to 3,277 cases as 397 more COVID-19 cases have been reported from the different provinces during the span of last twnety-four hours, as indicated by the national dashboard that the federal ministry maintains.

As per the statistics, the count of deaths due to the virus has also increased to 50.

On the other hand, as per the latest, the Cheif Minister of Punjab has announced to reduce the school fees by 20 per cent, charged by the private schools.

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