Pakistan extends closure of Pak-Afghan border at Chaman for another week
Pakistan has extended the closure for the next seven days of the Pak-Afghan border at Chaman.
According to sources, Frontier Corps Balochistan has received notification in this regard.
It was determined that additional necessary measures should be put in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on both sides of the border.
The decision for this was taken in a tribal jirga. The return of the Afghan migrants will also remain cancelled.
Meanwhile, the health department said that 15,000 individuals has been finished at the Pak-Afghan border.
It is important here to mention that a 50-year-old patient was diagnosed with coronavirus in Karachi. The patient along with his family have been quarantined.
State Minister for Health Dr Zafar Mirza said, “The government is taking every possible step to protect people from the virus and stressed that there is no need to panic.”