British National Zaheer Bashir who arrived from United Kingdom to visit his native home town in Bangreela was shifted to Mirpur after he was tested +ive.
Zaheer who had developed symptoms was shifted to Mirpur hospital by health authorities about two days ago. Now after he test result found him affected, deputy commissioner Mirpur sealed the area to test other local residents who came in contact with Zaheer.
It is reported that Zaheer’s father in law died in United Kingdom after became victim of deadly decease while his brother-in-law is also being treated there.
People of Mirpur have showed their concern over arrival of British National in Mirpur and it outskirts. They have demanded the authorities to take some strict precaution for overseas people who are arriving in the country.
Many of British citizens are residing in Town of Chakswari, Islamgarh, Mirpur City and other native areas, who are high risk of being spreader.
As per World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, people needs to adopt following steops.
1. Stay at home for 3 weeks
2. Only go
3. While outside, keep Two meter distance from other person.
4. When you return home, wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds.
5. Do not go to any public Gathering or worship places ( including Masjids).
6. Do not shake hands with anyone.
Further if you find someone who is ill or having symptoms, report the local authorities, local police station or dial 1166 to report and save the lives of others.