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Murad expresses concern over ‘inadequate testing’

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has actually revealed concern over the impression that the variety of tests performed daily for the coronavirus has actually been decreased to synthetically flatten the curve.

Dealing with an interview in Karachi on Sunday, the chief minister stated that the federal government had actually stated 2 months ago that screening capability would be increased to 50,000 daily however it was still performing 24,000 tests in a day.

He mentioned that Sindh has actually been performing double the variety of tests of any province considering that the pandemic started. “I have data till July 11, according to which we are conducting 11,790 tests per million. Punjab is doing 5,359 tests, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is doing 4,898 and Balochistan is conducting 4,316 tests per million.”

Murad even more stated that he was “not satisfied” with the screening in Sindh which the provincial health department was dealing with increasing capability.

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