Sindh govt launches helpline to deal with Coronavirus queries
According to details, the provincial government of Sindh has released a helpline to deal with queries related to Coronavirus.
People can call on 021-111-467-911 and ask any questions they have about the virus.
Those who think they have symptoms related to Covid-19, can call at the helpline and experts will guide them about treatment and testing procedures.
Citizens can even contact at the helpline if they are facing a shortage of ration among other problems. The coronavirus helpline will function around the clock to facilitate people.
The number of total coronavirus cases rose to 1,102 in Pakistan till Thursday morning while 21 people have recovered from the disease.
The infectious disease has claimed eight lives in Pakistan while five patients are reported to be in critical condition. A woman, who had returned from the United Kingdom, died on Wednesday (March 25) in Sohawa, a tehsil in Jhelum.
Stability in the tally of cases was observed in past 24 hours as the province confirmed no new case during this time period. However, it is still most affected province in the country with 413 COVID-19 cases.
A complete lockdown has been imposed across the Sindh to limit the spread of the disease.