Pakistan PM Imran Khan recovers from Covid-19, resumes work

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has fully recovered after he tested positive for Covid-19 about ten days ago. According to an announcement made on Tuesday, he has resumed work.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan recovers from Covid-19, resumes work

Pakistan PM Imran Khan has fully recovered after he tested positive for Covid-19 about ten days ago. According to an announcement made on Tuesday, he has resumed work too. (Photo: File)

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has fully recovered after testing positive for Covid-19 on March 20. According to an announcement by the Pakistan Prime Minister's office on Tuesday, he is back to work.

The announcement was made by Senator Faisal Javed Khan on Twitter.

"He has resumed work gradually and started building up his work routine as per doctors' instructions keeping in view national and international guidelines," the senator wrote on the micro-blogging website. He added that all citizens must take precautions to curb the spread of the deadly infection.

Alhamdulillah, Prime Minister Imran Khan has fully recovered. He has
resumed work gradually & started building up his work routine as per doctors' instructions keeping in view national & intl guidelines. May ALLAH grant health to all. Ameen. Take care of urself & others #StaySafe

— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) March 30, 2021

Prime Minister Imran Khan, 68 years of age, tested positive for Covid-19 along with his wife Bushra Bibi earlier this month. Both of them were in quarantine. It is unknown whether she has recovered fully yet.

Only a day ago, Pakistan President Arif Alvi and Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak tested positive for Covif-19 and quarantined themselves. There is no official update on the status of their health.

The country as a whole reported 4,085 fresh Covid-19 cases in 24 hours on Tuesday. The cumulative Covid tally is now 6,63,200. Pakistan’s Covid-related death toll is at 14,356.

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