Monday, health authorities stated that they were fully prepared to deal with any countrywide sub-variant of the Omicron Covid-19 variant, including BF.7.
Official sources at the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations, and Coordination say that the country had a working system with a good management team that was ready to make an emergency plan in case something bad happened.
They claimed that the country had a surveillance system in place at all entry points, including airports. They added clinical staff at escalated care units (ICU) of emergency clinics the nation over were additionally dynamic to deal with any circumstance.
Genome sequencing, according to them, began in laboratories in each of the four provinces and the capital of the Federal Republic. They added that 90% of the country's populace previously got the Coronavirus antibody so they are protected.
They claimed that special instructions had been given to make sure the hospitals had enough ventilators, oxygen, and antiviral medications.
In the meantime, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have shared data showing that 14 new cases of the Coronavirus have been reported nationwide in the last 24 hours.
With 18 patients in critical condition, the case positivity rate is 0.53 percent.
3,394 tests were carried out, and there was no death from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours. In Islamabad, 151 tests were taken, 824 in Lahore, and 55 in Multan.
Lahore reported four confirmed cases with a case positivity ratio of 0.49 percent, Islamabad reported one case with a case positivity ratio of 0.66%, and Multan reported one case with a case positivity ratio of 1.82%.
In the interim, Pastor for Public Wellbeing Administrations Abdul Qadir Patel valued the endeavors, everything being equal, medical care staff, immunization groups, and organization working across Pakistan in spite of different difficulties.
To further enhance protection against the transmission of Covid-19, he advised that all provinces and regions administer booster doses.
He stated that the Central Health Establishment (CHE) will be strengthened to improve its functionality in light of the global pandemic.
The minister emphasized the significance of taking precautions, such as avoiding social contact and wearing masks, particularly in crowded areas. He likewise featured the need to keep the rules for the administration of business sectors rigorously.