Only 95 people have turned out to be Coronavirus positive out of the 60,000 random samples taken all over Punjab during the 20 days after Eid-ul-Azha.

According to Chief Minister Punjab, Usman Buzdar, the ratio to Coronavirus positive cases to samples tested is only 0.16.


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CM Punjab revealed this on Twitter, adding that the public ought to exercise precautionary measures such as wearing face masks, frequent hand washing, and observing social distancing to avert a second wave of Coronavirus outbreak.

Last week, the Punjab government also launched a smart swab sampling campaign to detect new COVID-19 cases across the province.


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Under this campaign, all District Health Authorities (DHA) have been tasked to randomly collect swab samples every day in every city of Punjab.

The swab samples will be taken at public places such as parks, markets, and tourist spots. They will be also collected from jails and orphanage homes.

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Originally Published on ProPakistani.com

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