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According to a notification issued on Monday, private education schools have been ordered by the Federal Ministry of Education to reduce their fees by 20% due to the third wave of corona virus.
Following the ministry’s order, a notification was issued by the Regulatory Authority of Private Educational Institutions asking schools to reduce their fees by 20% for April and May.
The notification said that the order would be applicable to institutions receiving more than Rs 8,000 from students.
For the first time since April 25, Pakistan has reported the deaths of 100 Kuwaid-19s
In the last 24 hours, at least 79 people have been infected with the corona virus, bringing the total number of deaths across the country to 18,149 on Monday.
This is the first time since April 25 that less than 100 deaths have been reported in Pakistan.
Figures provided by the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) show that in the last 24 hours, when 45,954 tests were conducted across the country, about 4,213 people tested positive for Covid 19. What
The coronavirus positive rate is 9.16% with 87,953 active cases nationwide.
There have been a total of 834,146 cases of covid 19 now, most of the cases are found in Punjab.
According to the official portal, the number of recoveries across the country has reached 717,009 so far.
In terms of province, the total number of Kovid 19 patients in Sindh has reached 285,626, while 4,667 people have died so far.
The total number of coronavirus patients in Punjab is 306,929 and 8,572 people have died from the virus, while the number of deaths in Balochistan is 237.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 120,064 people have been infected with the corona virus and 3,392 have lost their lives.
In Azad Kashmir, 17,371 people have been infected with the virus and 476 people have died.
In Gilgit-Baltistan, 5,327 cases of coronavirus have been reported so far, with 107 deaths.
The total number of COVID-19 patients in the federal capital Islamabad is 76,209 and 691 patients have died so far, according to the NCOC’s official website.