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Europe engulfed in new COVID wave; all-time high cases, partial lockdowns

A fresh wave of Covid-19 cases has engulfed Europe with a vengeance as a number of countries are seeing record numbers of daily infections...

Vax is Oxford English Dictionary’s word of the year

Vax has been chosen as the word of the year by lexicographers at the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). Words related to vaccines have spiked...

Sindh govt extends lockdown for two weeks amid soaring COVID infections

The Sindh government has refused to relax anti-virus restrictions across the province in the light of an alarming surge in coronavirus infections, with Karachi...

COVID-19: Punjab govt extends lockdown till May 30

In a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the province, the Punjab government has announced an extension in the lockdown till May...

Pakistan reports 3,447 infections, 78 deaths

Amid signs that the third wave has slightly relented, Pakistan reported 3,447 coronavirus cases on Monday, while the total number of death reported in...

What has Punjab govt banned on Eid?

In a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the province, the government of Punjab on Wednesday announced fresh restrictions from May 8-16...

Punjab govt decides to shut down tourist spots, transport for two weeks

The public transport and tourist spots in Punjab will be shut down for two weeks from May 8 in the light of a surge...

India records 3,780 deaths, 382,315 new infections

India’s coronavirus deaths rose by a record 3,780 during the last 24 hours, a day after it became the second country to cross the...

Lockdown inevitable if positivity rate reaches 14 per cent, says info minister

Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has said that the government will have no option but impose a blanket lockdown if the coronavirus positivity rate touched...

Govt likely to impose ‘stringent smart lockdown’ from Monday

ISLAMABAD: With Eid just round the corner, the government is contemplating measures to arrest the soaring infection rate through restricted movements, such as a...

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