The Afghan refugees, who have been living in different camps, have been facing the brunt of the pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns.
Saidu Group of Teaching Hospitals is indebted by Rs15 million in the head of medicines used for treatment of coronavirus patients.
The KP government has decided to launch coronavirus vaccine for healthcare workers in eight sensitive districts on priority basis.
Ten more educational institutions have been closed in KP over violation of standard operating procedures (SOPs).
According to health experts, the level of anxiety and depression is reported higher among patients with lower socioeconomic status.
The KP Education Department has decided to conduct corona tests of students and school staff after reopening of the schools.
Five more cases of coronavirus have been reported in South Waziristan tribal district, after whcih the active cases have reached nine.
Additional Director of Khalifa Gul Nawaz Hospital Bannu Dr Farooq, who was under treatment at a Peshawar hospital, died of coronavirus.
Following the second wave of the coronavirus, the federal and the provincial governments decided to close all educational institutions.
Five students of a private college in Charsadda have contracted coronavirus after which the college has been closed for one week.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to suspend all sorts of inter-city public transport for two days in a week till further orders.
The BISE Mardan had collected Rs343.4 million from students for exams which did not happen due to coronavirus.