Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan has said that the nation has come a long way in tackling the challenge of COVID-19. By the grace of God Almighty, steps have been taken to control the corona virus. Significant improvements are being made, including joint efforts by the National Command and Operations Center and the federal and provincial governments, he said while addressing a meeting of the NCOC hosted by Federal Minister Asad Umar, National Coordinator. NCOC Lieutenant General Hamoodul Zaman and other concerned civil and military officials were present in the meeting while officials from other provinces attended the meeting through video link. On the occasion, Federal Minister Asad Umar described the situation of Corona virus in Balochistan as satisfactory. In this regard, the Chief Minister appreciated the leadership role, vision and efforts of the provincial government in Balochistan. In his address, the Chief Minister said that the challenge of Corona virus is huge for the whole world and our institutions worked day and night to tackle it. And the officials of these institutions were also affected by it. The Chief Minister said that during the last four months, there were many political issues in the process of prevention of Corona virus which were successfully addressed. He said that others in Pakistan The situation is better than other countries, but we have to look at socio-economic and health challenges on a regular basis instead of firefighting, keeping in view the demands of the future, he said. The Center is being set up in a permanent department which will formulate policies for dealing with natural calamities and difficult situations including Corona and coordinate with other departments, the Chief Minister said. A smart lockdown policy is being implemented in all other districts, including Quetta, to curb the spread of the disease, which is yielding positive results. Will go, he said In the context of Code-19, a solid strategy has been formulated to address the weaknesses in the healthcare system and Rs 10 billion has been allocated for this purpose in the current financial year’s budget. Steps will also be taken for the development of social and economic sectors keeping in view the post-war situation.