Some educational institutes in the twin cities face another shut down after the second wave of COVID19. The decision was made when some of the employees and students tested positive.
Official sources informed that after the reopening of educational institutes the number of coronavirus patients had witnessed a surge in the twin cities.
Sources added that three cases were reported in Islamabad Model College for Girls F-7/4; a servant and two students’. The cases were reported during random sampling.
After this, the District Health Officer (DHO) sent a notification to closed the Islamabad College for Boys (G-6/3) and Islamabad Model College for Girls, (F-7/4). These will be re-opened on Monday, October 12, subject to clearance from the DHO’s office.
The administration forced that all heads of the educational institutes should keep following the prescribed SOPs strictly without any compromise.
At least 30 employees of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) have been tested and found positive in the recent past weeks.
According to a PIMS, the staff infected with the COVID19 included nurses and doctors.
The spokesman from PIMS told that ten patients of COVID19 were under the treatment three of them are in a critical situation.