‘Shaan-e-Pakistan Award’ has been announced by Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar for those who fought against the COVID-19 pandemic. Those heroes would be awarded during a special ceremony at the Governor’s House in the last week of October.
According to the report, Sarwar addressed the media and said that ‘corona heroes wall’ has been prepared. It recognizes those who fought against the pandemic. Furthermore, he revealed that the wall will be revealed on 27th October
.”Those who played a constructive role during the coronavirus crisis will always be remembered.”
The government and the public were urged by the governor to ensure that they take precautionary measures and follow SOPs in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
In another article, Research snipers reported that Asad Umar-the federal minister for Planning and Development has said that it is time that all should take COVID-19 seriously and abide by the set SOPs seriously as there has been an increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the nation.
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