“The pandemic is a bit of a worry, but we are taking all precautions,” says organiser.
Almost all are our students are perfectly comfortable with cheating.
We address some of the common misunderstandings and myths related to Covid-19 vaccines.
A look at the journeys of three leading experimental vaccines from their creation in laboratories to inoculation.
Depending on the order size, Bavar sells the masks for as much as 250,00 rials (96 US cents) apiece.
What do a music producer, yogi and a sports coach have in common in 2020? The gift of time.
Editorial: The response of both federal and provincial govts has been hugely disappointing in the 2nd wave
For a country of 200m people, our per capita testing rate is among the lowest in the region.
During the pandemic, religion has performed its role at several levels.
The official figures over the last few weeks show a trend of 40-45 Covid deaths daily at state-run hospitals in Punjab.
The PTI government is occupying itself with Covid-19 prevention rather than its cure.
New strains of the virus that causes Covid-19 have been seen almost since it was first detected in China nearly a year ago.
"Care about yourself and if not yourself then the unsuspecting people around you who you’re going to give the virus to"
Mutations have created at least seven strains of the coronavirus so far.
The long-term challenge for the government is the Covid-19 inoculation once the vaccine is procured.
Almost everyone has been affected, be it through illness, losing loved ones or jobs or being confined at home.
There is acute interest in how UK plans to implement potentially its biggest-ever immunisation program.
So much is unknown about the infection that views have changed rapidly about what needs to be done.
Today, the party’s approach to the surge in infections can be compared to that of an ostrich with its head buried in the sand.
After pounding big US cities in the spring, Covid-19 now has engulfed rural and small-town America.
Editorial: Political leaders are putting the people's lives at risk through their careless approach to the virus
Those responsible for improving the lives of Pakistani citizens are, instead, putting them at risk.
Effective governance and national resilience have been two key factors in an efficient pandemic response
Pakistan has much to learn from the rich debate on governance that continues.
They often don't get paid for months, are seen with suspicion, and lack PPE, but KP's Lady Health Workers are not giving up.
England will tour Pakistan next year for the first time since a 2009 attack by gunmen on the visiting Sri Lankan.
Reproduction rate is central to public health calculations for herd immunity but experts say we do not know how fast it spreads.
The concept of ‘vaccine nationalism’ has sporadically been discussed for months.
Editorial: Covid-19 has failed to register as a threat with the public as it is largely absent from the govt's messaging
Daily deaths, hospitalisations and positive cases continue to rise at alarming rates.
Even as the world cheered when Pfizer announced its shot, poorer countries don't have much reason to celebrate the news.
Federal authorities have asked the local government in the capital to prepare resources to handle as many as 15,000 cases a day.
Experts are still divided over spread of the virus through children, even as govts must decide whether to keep schools open.
Trump’s comments come after Fauci leveled his sharpest criticism yet of the White House’s response to the coronavirus.
Workers say they are being offered the choice of less money or working extra shifts for free to pay back their bosses.
With such blatant disregard for SOPs, it is only inevitable that these occasions will be superspreader events.
Parents are being forced to cut back on educating their children, especially daughters.
The epidemiologist admits the world body doesn't "always get it perfect" but assures experts were "here to help".
Epidemiologists and residents are pointing the finger at governments for having failed to seize on the summertime lull in cases.