Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan Tests COVID-19

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was tested for coronavirus. Imran Khan met Faisal Edhi of the Edhi Foundation on 15 April. Now Faisal Idhi Corona has been found positive. Now tests and quarantine are necessary for Imran Khan as a precaution.

Imran Khan’s COVID-19 (COVID-19) test report will come in 24 hours. Explain that so far 9749 people have been found corona positive in Pakistan while 209 people have died.

Earlier, Imran Khan, personal physician and CEO of Shaukat Khanam Smarak Cancer Hospital, Faizal Sultan told reporters that the Prime Minister would be screened for COVID-19.

Sultan said, ‘Prime Minister Imran Khan will have a coronavirus check to show that he is a responsible citizen of the country. We will follow all protocols and make recommendations accordingly. ‘

Under the protocol, it is recommended to go to quarantine on your own to meet a person infected with the coronavirus. Let us tell you that 16 more people died due to coronavirus in Pakistan on Tuesday, taking the death toll in the country to 192 while the number of infected people has increased to more than nine thousand.

Earlier, Faizal Idi’s son Saad told the Dawn newspaper that his father started showing signs of infection last week soon after a meeting with Imran Khan in Islamabad on 15 April. Saad said, “The symptoms lasted for four days and then subsided.” He said that his father is currently in Islamabad and he is fine.

The Edhi Foundation was founded by the late Abdul Sattar Idhi and is a premier charity organization in Pakistan.

On 15 April, Imran met Faisal Edhi, the son of Abdul Sattar Edhi, chief of Pakistan’s famous Edhi Foundation. Faisal was later found to be Corona positive. In view of this, it was decided to conduct Imran’s test. His sample was taken from his office and his test report will come out on Wednesday. Imran has already been placed in self-isolation as a precaution.

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