Officials / Islamabad Sunday / Pakistan

CORONAVIRUS: ▶️ Officials sprayed disinfectant in a suburb of Pakistan's capital Islamabad Sunday where some cases of the coronavirus have been identified. Pakistan now has 1,526 confirmed infections with at least 14 deaths. (AP)

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