Karachi seems to be going through another in COVID-19 cases, reporting about 365 out of 747 new cases detected in the metropolis.
The unusual increase in the cases caught the attention of the national decision-making body and a meeting was scheduled early on Wednesday to discuss the appropriate measures that should be taken to take control of the situation.
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Faisal Sultan reportedly emphasised smart lockdown, contact tracing and a strict adherence to health protocols.
Meanwhile, Secretary Health Sindh apprised the forum that civil administration is monitoring the situation and appropriate administrative actions will be taken after taking into account disease prevalence in consultation with all stakeholders.
Yesterday, Sindh government spokesperson Murtaza Wahab warned people to practice caution as coronavirus numbers are fast rising and people need to take caution.
Pakistan has started easing coronavirus curbs after infections in the country began to decline, according to government officials.