President Arif Alvi is “slowly getting again to regular routine” after testing optimistic for coronavirus, roughly two weeks in the past.
The president’s well being replace was shared on Twitter by his son, Awab Alvi. He additionally shared an image of the president, sitting on his official desk, pen in hand.
“Comfortable to share that the President of Pakistan Arif Alvi slowly getting again to regular routine – with ample official work piled up, he is been desirous to return,” wrote his son in a tweet on Monday.
“He is higher, however nonetheless taking care,” wrote Awab, thanking everybody for praying for the Pakistani president.
Alvi had introduced on March 29 that he had examined optimistic for coronavirus, a couple of days after receiving the primary coronavirus jab.
“I’ve examined optimistic for Covid-19. Might Allah have mercy on all Covid affectees. Had 1st dose of vaccine، however antibodies begin creating after 2nd dose that was due in every week. Please proceed to watch out,” he had tweeted.
The identical day, Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak had additionally contracted the virus.
President Alvi had mentioned he acquired the primary dose of the coronavirus vaccine on March 15, 2021, however added that immunity towards the an infection is simply developed after receiving the second jab, which was due in every week.
He had additionally appealed to the lots to “proceed to watch out” [and practice the government’s coronavirus standard operation procedures] to maintain themselves protected.
On March 20, Prime Minister Imran Khan had additionally examined optimistic for COVID-19 after which he had self-isolated himself. The premier had additionally been inoculated on March 18 — two days earlier than he examined optimistic for the virus.
Docs, nevertheless, mentioned the vaccine didn’t have sufficient time to be efficient and that PM Imran Khan might have contracted the virus a couple of days previous to creating signs for it.