The military and law enforcement agencies monitored movements across various international and external routes and four international borders, said Babar Iftikhar, director general of the Pakistan Army’s Public Relations (ISPR). Is going
DGISPR said that joint check posts and patrolling were being carried out in 34 districts of Punjab while monitoring of all internal and external centers was also underway in 29 districts of Sindh.
According to the ISPR, 182 quarantine centers were set up across the country, with troops deployed in Kotli, Bhimber, Mirpur, Muzaffarabad, Bagh, Rawalkot, Kail and Barnala areas of Azad Kashmir.
Major General Babar Iftikhar said that a quarantine center has been set up for 600 people in Taftan area of Balochistan. Similarly, a quarantine center with 805 tents has been set up in Chaman village.
According to the statement, the military personnel are providing support to the civil administration at the Quarantine centers set up at Lahore Express Station, Faisalabad Multan and Karachi.
According to the spokesman of Pakistan Army quarantine centers have been established in 10 districts of Gilgit-Baltistan. Transfer of 5 ventilators, masks, medical and testing kits, imported from China from Khunjerab pass through Pak Army helicopters, is underway.
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According to the DGISPR, 9 soldiers of Balochistan are serving young men in the areas of Auran, Chaggi, Lasbela, Kalat, Gwadar, Sibi, Khuzdar, Noshki. According to the DGISPR, the Pak army is serving in 26 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
According to the Director General of Public Relations Department, 4,000 suspected cases were screened by the Pakistan Army.