Conspiracy Theories On Coronavirus Vaccines Are Very Stupid: Bill Gates

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has denied conspiracy theories that he is using the Coronavirus vaccine to install a tracking microchip inside people and called it stupid. While talking to media, Bill Gates has said that It’s better to know which children have been vaccinated against measles and which have not. There is a need to set up a medical record system that can help. You have to identify who is safe from the virus, but there is no need to add a microchip in this process. Bill Gates has been warning of the pandemic for years and in 2015, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates warned in a speech that the greatest threat to humanity was not from nuclear war but from the pandemic virus that would kill millions. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation had announced a $300 million donation to fight COVID-19 and the development of a vaccine sparked a debate against the founder of Microsoft and various kinds of rumours were spread. The rumours say that Bill Gates is behind the creation of this virus and he wants to make a profit through it. Conspiracy theories about Bill Gates are still circulating on social media and TV, and his name was mentioned 1.2 million times in March and April alone. A recent poll in the United States found that 28% of Americans still believe in conspiracy theories, 44% of Republicans and 50% of Fox News viewers believe it. Asked about the survey, Bill Gates called it a matter of concern, saying it would not stop funding from governments and other groups around the world to develop COVID-19 vaccines. However, he expressed concern about the timing and availability of the vaccine, as well as the anti-vaccine sentiment, saying it would make it harder to obtain herd immunity against the virus, which is only possible when a large population will be protected from the virus so that it cannot spread further. Bill Gates stressed that when vaccines begin to be developed, they must first be distributed to countries with weak medical systems and difficult to maintain social distance. The US president has long been criticized by Bill Gates, who recently called the suspension of WHO funding dangerous. On Wednesday, the Gates Foundation announced that it would spend $250 million to fight the coronavirus, with the bulk of it being spent in Africa and South Asia.

Friday Sermons To Focus On Coronavirus Precautions In Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has urged the worshipers to abide by the ongoing safety measures inside mosques. Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs has urged Friday sermons to discuss Covid-19 precautionary and preventive measures. According to the international news source, Sheikh Abdullatif Alsheik has also called on speakers to explain Saudi Arabia’s role in the context of coronavirus pandemic. Friday sermons play a significant role in guiding people. His directives are part of the ministry’s hard work to spread information to Saudi people. Meanwhile, Saudi authorities have reopened 205 mosques in Friday prayers as per the new regulations. The first call to prayers will be announced before 20 minutes while religious sermons will be given at maximum for 15 minutes. Volunteers will help people follow precautionary measures. Hajj 2020-Saudi officials likely to allow 20 percent Pakistani pilgrims Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri said that Pakistan is in contact with Saudi officials about quota for Muslims for Hajj this year. He said that Saudi officials have proposed their recommendations regarding Hajj to King Salman. He said that Saudi authorities are considering allowing 20 percent Pakistani pilgrims to perform the pilgrimage. Sources said that Saudi Arabia will negotiate with Muslim countries including Pakistan regarding Hajj 2020. Sources also said that the decision that only delegations to be allowed to perform Hajj from all countries is also being considered. Apart from that, the recommendation that people living in Saudi Arabia only to be allowed to perform Hajj is also being considered. According to sources, Saudi authorities are expected to take decisions regarding Hajj 2020 till 15th June 2020.

George Floyd Death: Bail Set For $ 1million For Three Officers

Three police officers, charged in George Floyd’s death, have been granted bail by a judge at $1 million each, or $750,000 under certain conditions. A judge has set bail under conditions including they do not work in law enforcement or are connected to Floyd’s family. J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao appeared in court one day after they were arrested. They were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. Derek Chauvin, the officer who chocked Floyd’s neck for around 9 munites, was also charged. He was charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. However, he was then charged with second-degree murder on Wednesday. All these officers appeared before Judge Paul R. Scoggin at a downtown Minneapolis courtroom. Thao’s lawyer told that Thao has given a statement to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and has turned himself in when the arrest warrant was issued. A lawyer for George Floyd has said in a memorial service that a “pandemic of racism” caused his death. lawyer Benjamin Crump said it was “not the coronavirus pandemic that killed George Floyd”. “It was that other pandemic,” he said. “The pandemic of racism and discrimination.” Members of Mr. Floyd’s family, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey were at the service at North Central University in downtown Minneapolis. George Floyd’s brother Philonise Floyd said, “It’s crazy man, all these people came to see my brother, it’s amazing he touched so many hearts,”

Shehbaz Sharif And Hamza Shehbaz Summoned In Ramzan Sugar Mills Case

Accountability Court in Lahore has summoned opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif and Punjab Assembly Opposition Leader Hamza Shehbaz in Ramzan Sugar Mills Case. According to the details, the court has directed Shehbaz Sharif and Hamza Shehbaz to appear before court on June 11. The accountability judge directed the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president to show up on the next hearing at any cost. Advocate Nawaz appeared on behalf of former chief minister Punjab. However, former director general of the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) Ahad Cheema did not turn up owing to the coronavirus fears. Meanwhile, the court directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to submit a report on the reference against Hamza Shehbaz by next hearing. Earlier Lahore High Court division bench granted pre-arrest bail to Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif in money laundering and assets beyond income cases. till June 17. A two-member bench headed by Justice Tariq Abbasi heard the case. On June 1, Shehbaz’s legal team had filed a petition before he was required to appear before a combined investigation team of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). for a third time, Shehbaz had refused to appear before NAB, citing health concerns. In a statement submitted to the bureau, he said: “It has been widely reported in the media that some NAB officials have tested positive for Covid-19.” “Please appreciate [that] I am a cancer survivor and and 69 years old. I have been advised limited exposure on account of the peculiar background of low immunity,” he said.

Sindh Gov Announces Online Classes For Public Schools

Sindh Education & Literacy Department (SELD) has announced online classes for students of public schools. According to the details, an issued notification in this regard stated that The department in a tripartite collaboration with UNICEF and Microsoft has established an online digital classroom platform for 6 to 12 graders. The online classes will be launched with the help of The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Microsoft, with 75 masters trainers to train teachers regarding on holding online classes. IT experts have been hired to conduct the online classes, the notification read. The secretary education issued directives for all district directors to provide data of teachers and students by June 17. However, private educational institutions were permitted to start online education. All of these schools must fully comply with coronavirus SOPs, Sindh Education Minister Ghani had added. The education minister Saeed Ghani said earlier that there is no final decision taken yet on the reopening of schools in the province as COVID-19 cases continued to rise all over Pakistan. Ghani said “Once we have taken a look at the situation at hand, we will decide about reopening schools,” On the other hand, The Private Schools Action Committee has announced that the school will reopen in three phases from June 15, 2020. Speaking at a press conference at Karachi Press Club, Pervez Haroon, Chairman Private Schools Action Committee, said that the committee rejects the government’s decision to keep schools closed till September. They are deprived of going to school and this decision of the government has deprived 50 million more children of education.

Important Initiative Of PTA For Mobile Users

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has again extended the deadline for blocking mobile devices in the wake of the Coronavirus. According to a statement issued by PTA, all GSMA approved IMEIs on mobile networks, which are not yet registered with PTA, are required to register such IMEIs. The PTA has been extended till July 3 amid coronavirus. According to the rules, all mobile devices that are connected to any local mobile phone network via local SIM must be registered within 60 days of using the local network for the first time. However, due to unusual circumstances, such unverified mobiles, which were supposed to be blocked between March 18 and July 3, 2020, will now be blocked from July 4, 2020.

Royal Astrologer Predicts An ‘An Exciting Addition’ To Meghan And Harry’s Family

Royal Astrologer Debbie Frank has spoken to Hello. She wrote, “Part of Meghan’s raison d’etre is communication – she needs to be a voice and as Uranus activates her powers of communication this year, she needs to make herself heard. “She will talk about controversial issues this Spring. “The Virgo Full Moon connects her Venus and Harry’s Sun in Virgo with the effect of upping their public profile again. “This will bring ground-breaking conjunction between Mars and Pluto on her marriage angle – it is as if the couple is set to collide with the ‘powers that be’ in the establishment, so Meghan will be fighting her corner.” She also said, “However, there are definitely some bright lights overhead for the Duchess of Sussex in late Spring and into early Summer when generous, expansive Jupiter will put her marriage onto a happier footing as she and Harry go global and they magic up the success that creates a strong pathway for their future. “2020 produces some setbacks and delays which require Meghan to process and wait rather than forge ahead with her goals, particularly when Venus goes retrograde and she has to re-visit the past. “Then it’s onto the next eclipse on July 5 in Capricorn which again ripples across all the royal family and brings the January royal family issues up to the surface again. “The rest of 2020 is packed with significant cosmic pointers that challenge Meghan to stay on track with her visions and dreams and could present exciting additions to the marriage. “She’s certainly highly visible and in December there’s a real sense of cutting with the past, perhaps another baby on the way and relief from having navigated a hugely transformational period.”

Tiger Force Task To Make People Follow SOPs: PM Imran Khan

PM Imran Khan has said that we cannot stop the spread of coronavirus and we knew that when the lockdown would open and the virus would spread. According to details, PM Imran Khan while addressing the volunteers of Corona Relief Tiger Force said that the lockdown is not possible in Coronavirus, other countries are opening the lockdown. The Prime Minister said that the was needed to educate the people about COVID-19 and SOPs to the people while the main task of the Tiger Force is to make the people follow the SOPs. He also said that while the Tiger Force administration will point out where SOPs are not being implemented, the Tiger Force will tell us what the problems are in the utility stores while the Tiger Force will also identify the hoarders. In his statement, Imran Khan also said that lockdown harms the poor people while lockdown increases poverty, destroys the poor, in other countries due to lockdown in Coronavirus. The Prime Minister said that the world economy has been devastated due to Corona. The countries which used to lend to others have become indebted today. Our revenue has decreased by Rs. 800 billion. The loans taken by the previous government have been traded at Rs. 5 trillion. Imran Khan also said that the Asian Development Bank has praised Pakistan for its relief because we have delivered so much money to deserving people in such a short time and if we had not announced an effective relief package, the situation in the country would have declined.

Another Plane Narrowly Escaped The Accident

A private airline flight from Lahore to Karachi narrowly escaped the accident. According to details, private airline flight ER 523 was on route from Lahore to Karachi when the airline accidentally escaped the accident during the flight. The pilot of a private airline complained to the ATC at Lahore Airport that birds were flying at Lahore Airport during takeoff. He complained that the plane could be damaged by a bird strike and that it should be controlled immediately while appropriate measures should be taken to prevent such incidents.

It may be recalled that on May 22, a PIA plane crashed on the population in Model Colony near Karachi Airport in which 97 passengers were killed while two passengers miraculously survived. Seven crew members were also killed in the plane crash. Bank of Punjab President Zafar Masood and Muhammad Zubair miraculously survived the crash.

On this occasion, PIA spokesman Abdullah Khan said that the process of handing over the bodies of the martyrs in the accident is underway. According to PIA rules, Rs 500,000 is paid for burial to the relatives. According to the spokesperson, on the directive of the Prime Minister, it has been decided to pay Rs 1 million for the burial of the martyrs in the accident. The district managers of PIA will pay the dues on their own

Former US Defense Secretary Accuses Trump For Dividing Americans

Former defense secretary of United States Jim Mattis condemned President Trump, accusing of deliberately trying to divide Americans. In his recent statement, Former defense secretary said taking exception to his threats of military force on American streets, and praising those demanding justice following the police killing of George Floyd. “Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try. Instead, he tries to divide us,” “We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort. We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership,” “We can unite without him, drawing on the strengths inherent in our civil society. This will not be easy, as the past few days have shown, but we owe it to our fellow citizens; to past generations that bled to defend our promise; and to our children.”

On the other hand, Donald Trump responded, criticizing Mattis in a pair of tweets that had at least two factual errors. “Probably the only thing Barack Obama and I have in common is that we both had the honor of firing Jim Mattis, the world’s most overrated General. I asked for his letter of resignation, & felt great about it. His nickname was ‘Chaos’, which I didn’t like, & changed it to ‘Mad Dog’,” Trump tweeted. “His primary strength was not military, but rather personal public relations. I gave him a new life, things to do, and battles to win, but he seldom ‘brought home the bacon’. I didn’t like his ‘leadership’ style or much else about him, and many others agree. Glad he is gone!”

Coronavirus in India: Policemen run behind Shramik special train to help migrant workers who were late

While the government in India has been strongly criticised for mishandling migrant workers amidst the COVID-19 lockdown, a video showing Mumbai Police personnel helping labourers board a train has earned the officials appreciation. The official Twitter account of ‘Khaana Chahiye’, a “citizen initiative” as they describe themselves, shared the clip with the caption: “As the last train to West Bengal left, a group got left behind as they arrived late. Mumbai Police team ran behind the train to stop it and citizen volunteers from three teams raced across the platform with the passengers luggage. Did they make it?”

In the clip, several labourers, volunteers and policemen are seen running, trying to stop the Shramik special train. Once the train slows down, the group breaks into applause. The workers then shout slogans: “Long live Mumbai police!” Since being shared, the video has gathered over 20,100 views and numerous comments. The post by Khaana Chahiye is a part of a thread, which includes other videos of officials and volunteers helping poor labourers return home.

Replying to the clip, user @sayantansunnyg tweeted: “Everybody is so tired, and everybody just wants to go home. These little incidents help keep that hope alive. That one day, we'll all be home.”

10 countries in Europe opening up for summer travel

SPAIN - Will reopen to international tourism from July 1. Authorities hope to allow holidaymakers from some low-risk countries to visit before that date, after a national state of emergency ends on June 21. GREECE - International flights to Athens and Thessaloniki airports will resume on June 15. People arriving from locations deemed high-risk, such as the United Kingdom, will be tested for coronavirus. Those testing positive will be quarantined for 14 days. Those testing negative will have to self-isolate for a week. CYPRUS - Will allow visitors from Germany, Greece and a number of other countries from June 9, provided they have a test up to three days before arrival showing they do not have COVID-19. That test requirement will be dropped from June 20. Visitors from the United Kingdom and Russia, two major markets, remain barred for now. Germany GERMANY - Will lift a travel ban for European Union member states, Britain, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein from June 15. Image Credit: Insta/germanytourism PORTUGAL - People arriving from all other European countries except Spain and Italy can enter freely and there are no quarantine requirements. Image Credit: Insta/visitportugal CROATIA - Has opened its borders to citizens of Germany and nine other mostly east European EU states. Other EU nationals need a reason to enter, such as a tourist booking confirmation. BRITAIN - People arriving from June 8, including British nationals and with very limited exceptions, will have to self-isolate for 14 days. ITALY - Reopened its borders on June 3 to visitors from Europe, including the United Kingdom, unwinding one of the world’s longest and most rigid lockdowns. Travel to and from non-European destinations will remain prohibited until at least June 15. AUSTRIA - Will lift all coronavirus-related border restrictions including quarantines from Thursday for new arrivals from all neighbouring countries except Italy. CZECH REPUBLIC - Will allow unrestricted entry for citizens of around 20 European countries from June 15. Visitors from about a dozen other countries including Britain, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands will require a test or quarantine. As crops fail, Indonesia's Sumba seeks lifeline in weaving, fishing Sumba is in Indonesia's third poorest province of East Nusa Tenggara

Brazil, Mexico see record deaths as COVID-19 rages across Latin America

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil and Mexico reported record daily coronavirus death tolls as governments in Latin America battled to fortify their defenses against the pandemic with fresh lockdown orders and curfews. In Europe where countries have been emerging from lockdowns, the European Central Bank was expected to beef up its plans to help virus-battered economies and Britain was preparing to host a summit to raise funds for a global vaccine alliance. But as European countries moved to reopen their borders, South and Central America cemented their places as the new hotspots in the pandemic, while Iran - the hardest-hit country in the Middle East - announced a surge in infections. Mexico on Wednesday announced more than 1,000 coronavirus deaths in a day for the first time, while Brazil, the region’s worst-hit country, reported a record 1,349 daily deaths. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has staunchly opposed lockdowns but many local authorities have defied him and, with the crisis deepening, a vast section of Bahia state was placed under curfew.

In Chile, the government said it was extending a three-week shutdown of the capital Santiago after a new record for daily deaths. And in Peru, the second worst-hit country in Latin America, desperate residents were lining up to buy oxygen tanks for their loved ones. “We haven’t found oxygen yet,” said Lady Savalla in the capital Lima. “I’m worried about my mom more than anything else, because she’s going to need a lot of oxygen and the hospital doesn’t have enough.”

COVID-19: Bahrain fines 6 for breaching domestic isolation

Cairo: A Bahraini court has ordered six people to pay a fine of 1,000 Bahraini dinars each for breaching home quarantine as a measure to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, media reported Thursday. The rulings were issued by the Minor Criminal Court against the six in response to reports from the Public Health Directorate to prosecution, Bahraini daily Akhbar Al Khaleej said. Monitoring proved that the six had violated domestic quarantine rules and left their houses several times. The defendants admitted in investigations to have violated the quarantine imposed as a preventive measure.

The prosecution referred them to the court that convicted them. In separate cases, public prosecution in Bahrain are investigating reports filed by the Public Health Directorate against 27 other people accused of failing to comply with domestic quarantine rules, according to the report.

Saudi-backed UN appeal for urgent Yemen aid falls $1b short amid COVID-19

Beirut: International donors pledged about $1.35 billion in humanitarian aid for Yemen on Tuesday, far short of the $2.4 billion the United Nations had said was needed to pull a country shredded by years of war, hunger and disease from the brink of further disaster. Mark Lowcock, the United Nations’ emergency relief coordinator, was blunt about the results of the donor conference, which was hosted, virtually, by Saudi Arabia. “We cannot be satisfied where we got to today,” he said. In addition, he noted that the money raised had not yet been paid, only promised. Funding had withered this year over donors’ concerns that Al Houthis, the Iran-backed armed group that controls northern Yemen, were interfering with aid distributed in their territory. UN officials warned that without more donations, nearly 400 hospitals and health care centres it finances would have to reduce services just as the coronavirus pandemic has surged in Yemen. Already, food rations have been halved for 8.5 million hungry Yemenis, and 10,000 health care workers have lost the UN payments that for many are their only salary, Grande said.

“Yemenis themselves say things are worse today than at any time in their recent history,” Lowcock said in his appeal to donors, asking “whether the world is prepared to watch Yemen fall off the cliff.” Though COVID-19 deaths appear to be multiplying quickly across Yemen, Yemeni authorities have done little to check the virus’s spread. Al Houthis, in the north, have denied the outbreak’s existence.

Trade with Iran: Turkey opens border, Iraq buys electricity

Even as the US tries to crack down on Iran’s trade and keep sanctions in place, Tehran is trying to reach out to Iraq, Turkey and Venezuela

Even as the US tries to crack down on Iran’s trade and keep sanctions in place, Tehran is trying to reach out to Iraq, Turkey and Venezuela. On Thursday, Turkey reopened customs gates with Iran and reports indicate Iraq will continue to rely on Iran for energy even as Venezuela is gobbling up Iran’s gasoline.

On Thursday, Turkey’s Anadolu reported that customs gates that had been closed for months due to Covid-19 were reopening with Iran. The Habur and Gurbulak gates were opened for freights, Turkey said. These areas had been closed since March, but now Iran wants to boost trade. Iran and Turkey have the largest outbreaks of COVID-19 in the Middle East, with hundreds of thousands affected in each country and thousands dead.

Another report from Iraq indicates that Iraq will sign a 2-year agreement to bring in energy from Iran, a decision that Iran’s energy ministry is quite pleased with. The US had extended a waiver for Iran sanctions relating to Iraq importing energy. The US invaded Iraq in 2003 and toppled the Saddam Hussein regime. Since then, Iraq, increasingly under the control of pro-Iranian politicians, has outsourced its infrastructure and energy needs to Iran. This may have been orchestrated by Tehran to make Iraq dependent and give Iran a hostage foreign market for its exports, meaning Iraq can never disentangle itself despite US complaints.

he goal of Iran was to make Iraq its “near abroad” and sponge up Iraqi assets. Iraq, once a country that had good infrastructure and met its energy needs, is now beholden to Iran. Iraq apparently doesn’t want to boost trade with its other neighbors such as Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan or Turkey. In addition it has opened its border with Syria primarily only so Iranian-backed militas can control that border crossing at Albukamal.

Fake Banks Accounts Case: Murad Ali Shah Reaches NAB Headquarters

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has reached the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) headquarters in Rawalpindi after being summoned in the case of a solar light.

As per details, NAB-Rawalpindi has called Mr. Shah in the case of the solar light in which the anti-graft watchdog has already recovered about Rs290 million through a plea bargain. The case is related to the multi-billion fake bank accounts case against the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership, including former president Asif Ali Zardari, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah, Faryal Talpur and senior bankers and bureaucrats. Murad Ali Shah has already visited NAB-Rawalpindi in the same case and he has been summoned for the second time. He has been accused of illegally awarding contracts for the purchase and distribution of solar lights in Sindh. Sindh Chief Minister is also facing some other NAB cases, including sugar mills subsidy case and Nooriabad Power Project case. The anti-graft body established a combined investigation team led by NAB-Rawalpindi director-general Irfan Mangi to probe the fake accounts case. It was reported that Murad Ali Shah was the Sindh finance minister when subsidies were given to certain sugar mills, including “closed” Thatta Sugar Mills and Dadu Sugar Mills. Furthermore, The Nooriabad Power Project was originally conceived by the Sindh government in 2012, but it could not materialize then due to “red-tapism and delays in regulatory approvals”. The project was finally started in August 2014 under a public-private partnership for Rs 13bn in which the Sindh government held 49 percent shares and a private company owned 51pc. A 95-km-long, 132kV double-circuit transmission line was laid from Nooriabad to Karachi at Rs1.95 billion.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi Discusses COVID-19 Situation With Dutch Counterpart

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has emphasized the need to adopt a complete, unified and joint course of action on the global level for the economic recovery of the developing countries because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Talking to his Dutch counterpart Stef Blok on the telephone, Foreign Minister notified him of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s proposal on debt relief to expand the economies of developing countries.

Furthermore Referring to the grim situation of human rights in Occupied Kashmir, the Shah Mehmood Qureshi said eight million innocent people facing the worst oppression of occupying Indian forces.

Moreover, he said Pakistan condemns the Indian attempts to change the demographic composition of Occupied Kashmir through flagrant violation of international laws and relevant UN resolutions by amending domicile rules.

Discussing Afghan issue with Dutch Foreign Minister, Foreign Minister Qureshi said Pakistan is playing a reconciliatory role with honesty in the Afghan peace process for lasting peace and endurance in Afghanistan.

CAA Says Crashed PIA Planes’s Pilot Violated Landing Protocols

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has declared that Crashed Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane’s pilot didn’t follow Air Traffic Controller (ATC) instructions.

According to the details, CAA said in a letter to PIA that the pilot of the crashed aircraft did not follow the instructions of the ATC.

The CAA has alleged that the pilot of the national flag carrier plane had violated landing protocols. CAA said the pilot disregarded air traffic control’s (ATC) direction to lower the altitude.

In a letter to PIA, CAA asks “ensure avoidance of recurrence of such a situation in the interest of flight safety”. The CAA letter said the duty approach controller had raised a non-compliance report in respect of the pilot of PK-8303. It claimed that the pilot was warned twice about his speed and high altitude for the approach but he did not follow.

The PIA plane – Airbus A-320, carrying an estimated 99 people on board, crashed into a residential area near Karachi airport on May 22, resulting in 97 deaths. During the ill-fated flight, the pilots made a first landing attempt and the plane briefly touched the ground multiple times, before attempting to land for a second time. The Sindh health department said that 91 of the 97 bodies of plane crash victims had been identified and handed over to their families.

The French agency, BEA, confirmed on its Twitter account that the FDR and CVR data of the PIA Airbus 320 aircraft was successfully downloaded over the request of Pakistan’s Aircraft Accident Investigation Board (AAIB).

CM Punjab Warns Of Strict Action Against Violation Of SOPs

Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar ordered on Thursday strict action against those not following Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs). In his tweet, Usman Buzdar said the government eased lockdown in view of possible hunger and poverty. He said all concerned associations had promised to follow SOPS. However, Buzdar said, in most places SOPs are not being implemented at all. Therefore, he said, he has ordered strict action to be taken against those failing to follow SOPs. On the other hand earlier today Deputy Commissioner Islamabad also briefed about the inspection of markets implementing SOPs. In a tweet, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad wrote: Inspecting various markets in Islamabad. Some areas are following SOPs but some are openly violating em. Today all teams have been directed to take strict action. Arrests will be made. Penalties will be opposed. The shops will be sealed. However, The capital administration has sealed nine areas in Islamabad following massive outbreaks of Covid-19. A notification issued from the office of the district magistrate said that Huawei Tech, Saudi Pak Tower in Blue Area, the Pakistan Sports Board, Gulraigan in Chattha Bakhtawar, Street 13-C in the National Police Foundation in E-11/4, Street 26 and sub-street 110 in I-10/4, Street 111 in G-9/4, Street 54 in G-7/2, Block No.6 in PWD Colony and Street 62 in G-6/4 have been sealed and the police, Rangers and army have been asked to cordon off these areas for public safety.

Coronavirus: UAE private schools ready to reopen in September; no official directive yet

Dubai: Even as they await a directive from the authorities, UAE private schools said they are ready to reopen in September and are planning various operational systems to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Addressing a virtual media roundtable on Thursday, a group of main private school operators said they are hopeful that the regulators would support their plan to ensure totality of education and overcome the financial challenges faced by the educational sector.

However, no government order has been issued to them as yet to reopen the schools in September. The meeting was organised by key members of the Education Business Group, which represents over 100 private school operators in Dubai,

Speaking at the meet to address the challenges faced by private schools during the pandemic, the operators also urged the government to offer them financial support to sustain the high standards of education.

The GEMS Education Group has created a risk assessment document while other groups like Taaleem are following suit. They plan to share their concerns with the regulators to chalk out the future course of action.

MQM-Pakistan Leader Faisal Sabzwari And His Family Contract Coronavirus

Muttahida Qoumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan Coordinating Committee member Faisal Sabzwari and his entire family contracted the coronavirus.

Faisal Sabzwari took to Twitter and said that recently his parents, wife and 2 daughters were infected from coronavirus, today his COVID-19 test has also come positive. Faisal Sabzwari has requested prayers from all friends.

The national toll of confirmed novel coronavirus cases in Pakistan has passed 85000 with 1770 recorded deaths.

The country also recorded 82 deaths compared to 67 deaths recorded on Wednesday. So far, 615,511 tests conducted across the country.with 20,167 new tests during the period of the last 24 hours.

Knife Attack Injures 40 Students In China

A knife attack has injured more than 40 students and staff members in kindergarten school in south China.

The media reported that the knife attack occurred at Central Primary School in the city of Wuzhou in the Guangxi autonomous region about 8.30am local time. The attacker was identified as 50-year-old Li Xiaomin who worked at the school as a security guard.

All injured staff and students rushed to the hospital for treatment. Three people, including the school’s principal, a staff member from security, and one student were in critical condition.

Videos posted to social media show children with bandages walking out of the school.

Other students are seen being carried out of a health center with crowds of worried bystanders watching on. It is not yet known what his motive was. But the local government said Police have controlled the suspect. Stabbings at schools in China tend to be blamed on mentally ill individuals who are frustrated with society.

Due to strict gun control laws in China, many of these attacks are carried out with knives or homemade explosive devices. Let it be known that schools in various Chinese cities started to resume teaching after the government eased restrictions in lockdown due to novel coronavirus cases.

Coronavirus pandemic has claimed more than 386,731 lives across the world so far, with over six point five million confirmed cases.

China reported one new coronavirus case and four new asymptomatic COVID-19 cases for June 3. The total number of infections in China stands at 83,022. The death toll remained unchanged at 4,634.

WHO suspends hydroxychloroquine trial for COVID-19 treatment

The World Health Organization announced Monday it was suspending the clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine as a potential treatment for the COVID-19 after a study published in a medical journal last week claimed that the drug can increase the risk of death among coronavirus patients.

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