Islamabad Closes Instructional Institutes For two Weeks


The administration of Islamabad has closed down all non-public and public academic institutes till 11 April resulting from a spike in coronavirus instances.

A notification was issued on this regard on Sunday, in keeping with which all academic actions, together with the continued and pre-scheduled examinations, will likely be postponed till 11 April.


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The choice got here amid a steep rise within the variety of coronavirus instances in Islamabad. As per the Nationwide Command and Operation Heart (NCOC), the capital metropolis reported 561 new infections and two new coronavirus-related deaths inside the final 24 hours.

As a result of deteriorating state of affairs, the NCOC has additionally banned all public gatherings, together with indoor and outside eating, and marriage ceremony ceremonies within the capital.


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The federal authorities had already introduced the closure of all the tutorial institutes in numerous cities of the Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for a similar interval because of the excessive prevalence charge of the virus. The Greater Schooling Fee (HEC) confirmed the choice, saying that bodily presence within the universities positioned within the high-risk areas will likely be prohibited till 11 April, however that on-line lessons will proceed as scheduled.



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