Fumigation in Pakistan as Coronavirus Cases Increase

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The streets of Rawalpindi, on the periphery of Islamabad, Pakistan, were fumigated, Saturday, April 4, in an effort to combat the epidemic caused by COVID-19.

The fumigation was carried out by Bahria Town, a privately owned real estate development company that has been assisting the government in its efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

All entrance and exit points in Islamabad and Rawalpindi have been cordoned off by the police, due to the rising numbers of victims in both cities.