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- Covid-19, 24-hour recap: Pakistan reported 2,580 cases and 71 deaths in 24 hours. Pakistan also conducted 55,027 tests in the span of 24 hours (P.S. this data was last updated on September 19 at 7:50 am).
- PM Imran Khan’s UNGA address on Sept 24 will focus on the Kashmir issue, Afghanistan
Afghanistan, climate change and the coronavirus crises will dominate discussions at the UNGA session.
- Sindh urges the Center to allow entry of air ambulance for Umar Sharif. Sindh also asks the federal govt to release $169,800 on account of expenses of air ambulance for Umer Sharif.
- TMUC holds a graduation ceremony for transnational education. The Millennium Universal Colleges TMUC, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi Campuses organized the annual Graduation Ceremony for the students of the University.
- Karachi: Matric board is expected to announce results in the first week of October. Matric board officials say the formula to grade students is being decided.
- Pakistan has no reason to doubt the Taliban’s intent to fulfill promises: DG ISPR
Islamabad is in constant contact with new Afghan rulers to ensure the country’s security, says Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar.
- PCB rejects NZ’s offer to reschedule the series. On Monday, the New Zealand Cricket Board approached the Pakistan Cricket Board and expressed their desire to reschedule the series called off earlier.
- Gold Rate In Pakistan Today, 20 September 2021. Gold Rate in Pakistan today on 20 September 2021 is being sold for Rs. 94,700 per 10 grams, and the price of Gold is Rs. 1,10,400 per tola in Pakistan today.
Spotlight by The NewsRun
1. COVID-19 IN PAKISTAN
- 24-hour recap: Pakistan reported 2,580 cases and 71 deaths in 24 hours. Pakistan also conducted 55,027 tests in the span of 24 hours (P.S. this data was last updated on September 19 at 7:50 am).
2. The UK removes Pakistan from its travel red list:
- The UK will remove Pakistan from its travel “red list” on September 22. The “red list” includes countries that the UK considers “particularly high-risk” for COVID-19. The “red list” rules only allowed British or Irish nationals, or people with residence rights, to enter the UK. According to the UK government’s website, Pakistan will be moved to its “amber list” for entering the country. However, a CNN Travel report said the UK is “simplifying” its system for international travel. Instead of continuing with the red-amber-green traffic light system, the UK will have a single “red list” of countries. Fully vaccinated travelers from a “non-red” country won’t have to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test before arrival.