ISLAMABAD – Pakistan is at the moment dealing with the coronavirus pandem­ic and the confirmed circumstances have cross the determine of 1100. Amid restricted medical services and monetary challenges, a digital lockdown has already been en­compelled throughout the nation and the federal and provin­cial governments are racing towards time to comprise the unfold of the infectious illness. Nonetheless, the problem has additionally supplied a uncommon alternative to the nation to get united and wage a collective battle towards the monster.

The coronavirus has now was a pandem­ic, and the illnesses don’t respect borders, nor re­ligions or ethnicities. Because the window of alternative to comprise the unfold of coronavirus is getting nar­rower with every passing day, federal and provincial governments in Pakistan have exhibited a uncommon present of concord, unity and solidarity in combat towards the pandemic. The newest instance is the Sindh govern­ment providing most share of medical provides it re­ceived from China on Wednesday to different provinces to assist them successfully comprise the unfold of coro­navirus.

“The CM Sindh has decided that out of the 500,000 KN95 masks received from China the other day. Sindh will keep 200,000 masks and the remaining will be distributed amongst Punjab, KP, Baluchistan, AJK & GB Governments. Yes together we can,” Adviser to Sindh Chief Minister on Data Senator Mur­taza Wahab posted on his twitter deal with, shortly af­ter Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah receiving an enormous consignment of medical provides donated by Jack Ma Basis and Alibaba Basis of China, on the Karachi airport.

The nation’s prime civil and navy management has been pushing for unity and solidarity within the re­cent days in an effort to win the battle towards coronavi­rus. “Very rarely a calamity has such a worldwide impact as we are witnessing today. Nations have to go through difficult times, but only with unity, they sail through. We Pakistanis also need to stand unit­ed to fight this pandemic,” President Dr Arif Alvi mentioned.

“I am proud to say that the Pakistani nation has the capability to face any ordeal. We need unity and passion to face the catastrophe that has engulfed the whole world,” Prime Minister Imran Khan mentioned.

In a uncommon gesture, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has introduced a ‘no criticism policy’ towards Prime Minister Imran Khan and the federal govern­ment over its response to coronavirus pandemic. “We should not waste our energies over criticism, the blame game and political point-scoring. It’s not the time to criticise the prime minister and I will not blame him or anyone. Instead, I should hope that he and every single citizen of Pakistan can win this fight through coordination and unity,” he mentioned.