ISLAMABAD: The district administration in Islamabad has issued coronavirus advisory and urged its employees to avoid handshakes.
According to the advisory, the district administration has urged the citizens to avoid going in crowded areas.
The district administration also barred its employees to mark biometric attendance at offices.
It has further been advised to the individuals to maintain a distance of two meters from those suffering from flu.
The advisory further stated that those who operate computers at offices should use gloves to avoid this deadly disease which may spread through breathing and coughing.
It is worth mentioning here that Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr. Zafar Mirza confirmed first two cases of coronavirus in Pakistan
He also said that there is no need to be panic as things are under control.