People told to stay at home for at least another 45 days as south Asian nations ramp up efforts
Pakistan has suspended all international flights for two weeks to limit the spread of coronavirus, as governments across densely-populated south Asian countries ramp up their efforts to contain the virus.
Pakistani officials also asked people to self-quarantine for at least another 45 days as the country reported its third coronavirus death, with confirmed cases rising to 534.
Written by Reuters
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