ISLAMABAD: The district administration in Islamabad has on Friday issued coronavirus advisory and barred employees to mark biometric attendance at offices.
The advisory has urged the citizens to avoid crowded areas and handshakes. It has further been advised to the individuals to maintain a distance of two meters from those suffering from flu.
The workers who operate computers at offices have been directed to use gloves to avoid coronavirus which may spread through breathing and coughing.
It is pertinent here to mention that Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr. Zafar Mirza had on Wednesday confirmed first two cases of coronavirus in Pakistan and said there is no need to panic, things are under control.
On Thursday, Dr. Zafar Mirza tweeted that both patients of coronavirus are stable and improving. Contacts traced until now and tested are all negative, he added.