Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has written a letter to Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan demanding probe into all the tests of former PM Nawaz Sharif conducted in Pakistan.
He said in his letter that Nawaz Sharif health looks stable in the pictures which have come to fore. Nawaz Sharif is not sharing test reports with the government.
He held British laboratories have not confirmed the disease of Nawaz Sharif. There is need to investigate the test reports of Nawaz Sharif,. A committee should be constituted to probe into the test reports, he added. It is feared that fake test reports have been prepared to seek relief from the courts, he added.
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Nawaz Sharif pictures are telling he is in good health condition. Way was paved for Nawaz Sharif departure abroad by distorting the facts, he added.
COVID-19 vaccine availability expected by October next year: Fawad
The Minister for Science and Technology Chaudhary Fawad Hussain has said preparation of vaccine for the treatment of COVID-19 is in initial stage and its availability is expected by October next year.
According to media reports while speaking in a programme of News and Current Affairs, he said no country can single handedly develop the vaccine and global cooperation is needed in this regard.
He advised people to follow the standard operating procedure to contain the virus till a vaccine to deal with the pandemic is manufactured. Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul said government is making all out efforts to control COVID-19 spread, but it is unfortunate that people are not taking this pandemic seriously.
We must also consider when to add more disruptive personal and community non-pharmaceutical interventions, including voluntary home quarantine for entire households and mandatory use of face masks by people who are ill.@TheTeamPatriot#CoronaIsNotAJoke pic.twitter.com/HiiHxlxl03
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She lauded media’s role in creating awareness among people regarding the precautionary measures to prevent spread of the contagion. Speaking in the same programme, Pakistan’s High Commissioner in United Kingdom Nafees Zakaria said Pakistani citizens stranded in the United Kingdom are being repatriated in phases.
He said around four hundred Pakistanis are still in the United Kingdom, but they will soon return to their homes, back in Pakistan.
Online Int’l News with additional input by GVS News Desk