Security forces operation in Kadat Khel: 7 terrorists killed, 4 martyred while one injured

Rawalpindi: Pak army killed seven terrorists while operating in Datta Khel on secret information, 4 young martyrs and one were injured in the operation.
According to the Pakistan Army’s Public Relations Department, the ISPR said that intelligence operations were conducted in Datta Khel, during which seven terrorists were killed. During the operation, the militants also opened fire on security personnel. A martyr was also injured. However, heavy weapons and ammunition were also recovered.
According to the ISPR, Lieutenant Agha Maqsid Ali Khan is a resident of Lahore….


Masks and gloves increase the risk of corona, research

Paris: French medical and research experts have revealed that surgical masks and gloves do not protect anyone from the Crohn’s virus, but can cause the virus to spread.

French experts conducted studies to deal with the Corona virus epidemic during which victims’ data and other data were collected.

Experts warn that using masks or gloves increases the risk of becoming infected rather than preventing the virus.

Medical experts say that people who use masks to protect against the virus are their invention, although the chances of contaminating the mask are very high. In the light of the research, experts commented that wearing gloves to prevent the virus is of no use if people refrain from touching their face.

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Experts say microbes enter the mask and gloves after wandering in the affected area or when exposed, and when used, they can enter the human body.

Experts advise that gloves cannot be used for clean hands, so citizens should wash their hands with sterile soap or something every once in awhile, even if they use masks or gloves when needed.

In the wake of the Corona virus, the lockdown situation is in European countries Italy, Spain and France, the World Health Organization called Europe the center of Code 19, and China has the highest number of deaths in Italy.

According to the news agency, a further 475 people were killed in 24 hours from the Coronavirus in Italy, after which the death toll rose to 2,978. According to the report, the number of patients in Italy has reached 35,713 after the cases reported today.

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The precautionary measures issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) have urged the public to repeatedly wash hands, avoid touching their face, reduce social contact and keep distance. ۔

WHO experts say that masks should only be used in affected countries if you or another person is infected with the virus, so do not necessarily leave the home to protect yourself.


Second death of Corona virus in Pakistan

PESHAWAR: Provincial Health Minister Timur Saleem Jhagra has confirmed the death of another patient due to coronavirus in Peshawar, after which the death toll from Corona virus has increased to 2 in Pakistan.
According to details, the death toll due to coronavirus in Pakistan has increased to 2, both of those who lost their lives due to Corona were from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Provincial Health Minister Timur Saleem Jhagra has said in his tweet that the victim of Corona died at Lady Reading Hospital, the victim was from Hangu and his name is Abdul Fateh. Transferred from Lady Hospital to Lady Reading Hospital, Corona lost her life in Dubai, who was 36 years old.

Earlier, Assistant Special Health Officer Dr. Zafar Mirza confirmed the first death from coronavirus in Pakistan in his tweet. The patient was from Mardan who had recently returned from Umrah, the patient had fever, nausea, coughing and difficulty breathing. , Sympathizing with the patient’s family.


The first death from coronavirus in pakistan the number of patients reached 247

The first death from the Corona virus in Pakistan, the number of patients reached 247

Islamabad: The first Corona virus-infected patient died in Pakistan during treatment, which was approved by the Gilgit-Baltistan government.

A spokesman for the government confirmed Corona’s first death, saying the man died was ninety years old and belonged to the Chalas area of ​​Gilgit-Baltistan.

According to government spokesman Faizullah Faraq, the patient had a pneumonia and was suffering from severe fever, doctors also performed tests to diagnose the disease. He said the number of people affected by Corona in Gilgit-Baltistan has risen to thirteen.

Dr. Zafar Mirza, Assistant Special Health Officer, provided updates on Karuna in his tweet on the social networking site. He said that the number of corona patients has reached 247 nationwide, 7 cases were reported in the federal capital, 9 in Punjab, 183 in Sindh, 19 cases in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

He said that 15 cases of Corona in Balochistan, one in Azad Kashmir and 13 in Gilgit-Baltistan were reported. Zafar Mirza added that the government is taking emergency measures related to the Karuna virus.