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Covid-19: Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan tests positive

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has tested positive for Covid-19, the country’s health minister has said

Pakistan Minister of Health Dr. Faysal Sultan announced that Prime Minister İmran Han was caught in the coronavirus. The news that the prime minister’s coronavirus test was positive, had an echo in the country.

Quarantine at home

It was stated that Han was in quarantine at his home. İmran Han had the coronavirus vaccine made by Sinopharm company on March 18.

The 68-year-old is “self-isolating at home”, the minister, Faisal Sultan, tweeted.

Mr. Khan, a former captain of the national cricket team who became prime minister in August 2018, received his first vaccination two days ago.

Pakistan has recorded 13,799 deaths and 623,135 cases during the pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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