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BTS members Jin, RM recover from COVID-19

They are now all able to return to their daily activities. 

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Seoul: Renowned K-POP idol group BTS’ members RM and Jin have fully recovered from novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and released from quarantine on Tuesday—day after Suga’s recovery.   

In an official statement, the management agency of the South Korean music sensation said that BTS members Kim Namjoon aka RM and Kim Seok-jin aka Jin have fully recovered from Covid-19.

Both RM and Jin were tested positive for the virus on December 25.

Just yesterday, the agency also announced the recovery of member SUGA. He had been diagnosed with COVID-19 on December 24, following his return from the US the previous day. SUGA reportedly did not exhibit any particular symptoms either, and was able to return to his daily activities as of January 3, 2022.

RM and Jin were diagnosed with COVID-19 on December 25, 2021.

The announcement comes a day after the South Korean music company, BigHit Music announced that rapper Suga had also recovered from COVID-19 and was free from quarantine.

Sharing the news, the agency added, “Neither member exhibited any particular symptoms during their quarantine. Jin had a slight fever when he first began treatment at home but has since made a full recovery”.

The trio tested positive upon their return to South Korea after travelling to the United States (US) for their 'Permission to Dance on Stage' concert in Los Angeles.  

They are now all able to return to their daily activities. 

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Pakistan reports 20 deaths, 7,586 fresh COVID cases in last 24 hours

The nationwide tally of fatalities has jumped to 29,097 on Sunday.

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Islamabad: Pakistan has witnessed an enormous spike in its daily tally of coronavirus disease (Covid-19) after as many as 7,586 new infections were logged in the last 24 hours, according to morning update by ministry of health.

Pakistan’s COVID positivity rate now stands at 13%. While, the cumulative tally of the country has now climbed to 1,367,605.  

As the fifth wave of COVID-19 intensifies in Pakistan reported 7,586 new coronavirus infections, a new daily record, with authorities linking the spike with the Omicron variant of virus.  

According to the latest figures issued by the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), 7,586 persons were tested positive while 20 died in the past 24 hours— taking Pakistan's COVID death toll to 29,097.     

As many as 1,268,245 patients have recovered from the disease.  

Punjab

The number of patients swelled to 462,323 in the province with 13,105 causalities.

Sindh

The number of infections has surged to 523,774 in the province, while the death toll has reached 7,738.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The confirmed cases have surged to 184,455 in the province with 5,974 casualties.

Balochistan

There are 33,910 confirmed cases while 367 patients have died from the infection so far.

AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan

There are 35,218 coronavirus cases in the AJK while the death toll has reached 750. On the other hand, there are 10,489 cases in GB with 187 coronavirus deaths.

Islamabad

There are 117,436 cases in the capital city while 976 people have lost their lives.

 

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First teaser for official PSL 7 anthem released

‘Agay Dekh’ Teaser for official PSL 7 anthem features sneak peeks into music video of song

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Lahore: The first teaser for the official Pakistan Super League (PSL) anthem for this season has been released, with the song titled “Agay Dekh” set to feature pop superstars Atif Aslam and Aima Baig.

While most of the details of the anthem continue to be kept tightly under wraps, the teaser features sneak peeks into the music video of the song. Shots of Atif and Aima with their backs towards the camera, children playing gully cricket and yet-to-be-filled stadium seats offer just enough to hype most PSL fans for the much-awaited anthem.

Prior to the release, the official PSL account tweeted, “Agay Dekh! #HBLPSL7 Anthem teaser dropping soon. First look on TikTok at 2:00 PM. Stay tuned!” 

Fans of the singers are excited for the release of the anthem, with Atif’s followers being particularly delighted over the fact that the anthem will be released in addition to his latest Coke Studio 14 offering opposite Momina Mustehsan. Agay Dekh, produced by Abdullah Siddiqui, will be released in collaboration with TikTok. 

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PM Imran Khan highlights Afghan humanitarian crises

The Prime Minister shared a trending hashtag ‘#SaveAfghanLives

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PM Imran Khan highlights Afghan humanitarian crises

Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan Sunday raised his voice at an international initiative to create awareness about the looming humanitarian crises in Afghanistan in the shape of starvation.

On his twitter handle, the prime minister shared a trending hashtag ‘#SaveAfghanLives’ by adding his voice in support of the Afghan people, especially the Afghan children, currently facing economic woes leading to hunger and famine like situation. The prime minister also urged the people to join the international initiative in this regard.

“I will add my voice also and want people to join an international initiative to raise awareness about the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Afghanistan, putting at risk of starvation millions of Afghans, especially children. #SaveAfghanLives, the prime minister posted.

On Saturday, the prime minister in a tweet had called upon the international community to provide immediate humanitarian relief to the millions of Afghans who were facing an imminent danger of starvation.

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