Covid.gov.pk is the official website by Pakistan government and is managed by Ministry of health. 24 hours helpline is also available throughout Pakistan in every city.
The coronavirus, or COVID-19, is inciting panic for a number of reasons in Pakistani cities, towns and villages. Everyone is scared or at least concerned. It’s a new virus, meaning no one has immunity, and there is no vaccine. Covid gov pk is a portal for information related to this pandemic.
The Coronavirus is new and no one really has any concrete information about it. Not only people are using unofficial sites, they are also trying out things which are not meant to be and pretty dangerous in many terms. Its novelty means that scientists aren’t sure yet how it behaves they have little history to go on.
Pakistan travel information in times of corona can be obtained from website. Starting 20th June, all airlines that routinely fly to Pakistan would be allowed to operate inbound traffic to Pakistan, with roughly 200-275 inbound flights per week across the country. Limited international private flights are currently allowed by special permission. Upper limit on passengers; and date and time of arrival will be determined by the Civil Aviation Authority and not by the flight operator.
Outbound passengers flights are now operational. Ferry/cargo/charter/private flights are currently allowed. Please contact Civil Aviation Authority for information. Limited domestic private flights are currently allowed by special permission.
For general helpline for corona in Pakistan, dial 1166 health helpline for any coronavirus information within Pakistan free of cost. These covid helpline is available in all cities including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and others.
But remember there are ways to prevent this disease. Wash Your Hands For 20sec. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Cover Nose & Mouth When Sneezing. Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues. Use Sanitizer. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available. Avoid Crowded Places (Social Distancing).
As an individual, you can lower your risk of infection by reducing your rate of contact with other people. Avoiding public spaces and unnecessary social gatherings, especially events with large numbers of people or crowds, will lower the chance that you will be exposed to the coronavirus as well as to other infectious diseases like flu.