ISLAMABAD: Dr Zafar Mirza, the Prime Minister's Assistant Special Assistant to the National Health Service, has dismissed the impression created by a section of media reporting new polio cases, saying that any new polio ban on Pakistan. Has been imposed.
In his statement, Dr. Zafar Mirza said that the World Health Organization's Emergency Committee's recommendations were first made in May 2014, and were subsequently reviewed and expanded periodically for all countries affected by the polio virus. Done.
He said that Pakistan immediately implemented it as a responsible member of the international community and has been coming ever since.
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Dr. Zafar Mirza completely denied any additional recommendation information from the WHO committee for international visitors coming to Pakistan.
He said that the government headed by Prime Minister Imran Khan was fully aware of the current challenges and the urgent need to overcome them.