Vacations extended more for all Punjab medical schools due to Covid
LAHORE: The vacations of all medical schools have been extended by the Punjab Health Department owing to the Covid situation in Punjab via a notification on Sunday as the pandemic claimed about 100 lives in the province just today, ARY News reported.
According to the details of the health department’s notification, the extension is for two more weeks before the medical institutions reopen.
The medical institutions according to the notification include all medical, dental, nursing and paramedical schools, which will remain closed till May 2.
Only the staffers for official and clerical duties will have to continue going to the offices, the notification said, while all the examinations will be taken as per schedule.
Separately the health department has deputed the charge of overseeing all the medical institutions to the vice-chancellor of the University of Health Sciences Lahore Javed Akram Kalia.
It very well might be noticed that as per details today, in a disturbing circumstance of COVID-19, the Punjab territory revealed almost 100 passings from Covid in a day, ARY NEWS announced citing figures given by the commonplace wellbeing office.
As per the measurements given by the Punjab wellbeing division, upwards of 97 individuals surrendered to Covid in Punjab, during the most recent 24 hours. “This brings the general loss of life to 7430 in the territory,” the information uncovered.