Dr Yasmin Rashid

Well being Minister Warns Colleges In opposition to Strict Motion for Violating COVID-19 SOPs


Punjab’s Minister for Public Well being, Dr. Yasmin Rashid has ordered strict adherence to the usual working procedures (SOPs) for the coronavirus pandemic. She additionally warned that colleges and schools that fall in need of the government-backed plan of motion for the pandemic can be shut down.

Whereas discussing the influence of the coronavirus on gatherings for varied features throughout Lahore, Dr. Yasmin Rashid urged everybody to behave responsibly. She deplored the speed at which the virus is spreading within the provincial capital which has considerably larger statistics of infections as in comparison with different areas of the province.


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Colleges and schools resumed common courses for the scholars of Grades 9 to 12 on Monday after an interlude of two months.

A brand new timeline for the reopening of the tutorial institutes has been devised following a high-level assembly on the Nationwide Command and Operations Centre (NCOC).


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Not like in the course of the first wave of the pandemic, the federal and provincial governments have determined that college students won’t be promoted to the subsequent classes until they move the examinations this time.

The federal authorities has additionally rescheduled common courses for Grades 1 to eight from 25 January to 1 February 2021.



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