Pakistan needs a unified stance on COVID-19: Sindh CM Murad

Karachi (HRNW)  Pakistan needs to have a unified stance on COVID-19, said Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.

People are not taking it seriously and not following the SOPs because of the mixed messages they are being given, he said. Some people take it seriously, while others say that it is just a flu, the chief minister complained, adding that it is a fatal disease.

“I know there have been many economic difficulties but you have to think about saving lives,” he said while speaking to media in Islamabad on Thursday after appearing before NAB in the Sindh Roshan Programme case.

“I was extremely scared to come to Islamabad during the pandemic but I am here because I have been summoned,” he said. Sindh has been reporting the country’s highest number of cases recently and it is quite scary, he added.

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