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Coronavirus in Pakistan: PM Imran briefed in DG Khan over measures to control COVID-19 outbreak

 Prime Minister Imran Khan reviewed the steps taken to prevent Coronavirus outbreak during his visit to Dera Ghazi Khan as the national tally hit 272 on Wednesday.
During the visit, he was briefed about the arrival of zaireen and steps taken for their screening to check Coronavirus, residence, food, and drinking facilities at the Command and Control Room in Dera Ghazi Khan.
The Prime Minister also visited the quarantine center at DG Khan and inquired after the zaireen staying there. 
Zaireen expressed happiness on the arrival of the Prime Minister and satisfaction over the facilities being provided to them.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health, Dr Zafar Mirza, Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar and Chairman NDMA also accompanied the Prime Minister.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the Punjab government to take every possible step to provide best facilities to the general public regarding prevention from coronavirus. 
Addressing a briefing about government's initiatives regarding Coronavirus in Dera Ghazi Khan this evening, he said that provision of screening facility should be ensured to daily wagers, in all panahgahs across the province.
He directed to inform the general public about arrangements and steps taken by the government in controlling the situation.
The premier warned that strict action would be taken against hoarders and illegal profiteers for exploiting the situation.

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