Coronavirus continues to spread fast in Quetta: Jam Kamal
Out of 600 random tests 35 tests came positive
By Our Staff Reporter
QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal on Monday expressed concern over increasing cases of the novel coronavirus in Quetta city. During random testing of 600 people, 35 came positive in Quetta, the Chief Minister revealed. Jam Kamal visited the control room to review arrangements with regard to COVID-19.
The Chief Minister thus warned that the people violating the mask-wearing order would be taken to task. He reiterated the appeal to the masses to adopt social-distancing and stay at home during the battle against the virus.
We have informed the federal government that so far we have conducted of those who approached the health department, Jam Kamal said. Moreover, we have launched random testing in Quetta city to trace coronavirus patients, he told daily Quetta Voice reporter.
“It is matter of satisfaction that death ratio in Balochistan is less”, the Chief Minister stated. In response to a question, Jam Kamal stated that gradually, the lockdown would be tightened to contain the novel coronavirus.