Coronavirus Cases in Pakistan Maybe 12 Lakh By The End Of July

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Covid-19 cases can reach 1.2 million by the end of July in Pakistan. The country recorded a record of 6,825 infection cases of corona in the last 24 hours. However, the total number of cases of infection of this epidemic has reached one lakh 39,230. Giving information at a press conference, Planning Minister Asad Omar. In charge of the national response to the coronavirus epidemic, said that it could reach three lakhs by the end of this month. Because of this, Imran Khan’s government has swung hands and feet. They also cannot lockdown and keep people from disease even when the business is open.

Coronavirus Cases in Pakistan

On the other hand, Asad Omar said that we are in the middle of June. And our cases have reached about one and a half lakh. I am sad to say that, based on our current trajectory, experts have estimated that our examples may double by the end of June. He said that if the cases continue in this way, then it is estimated that by the end of July. The total number of corona infection cases in the country could reach 10 or 12 lakhs.

Given that this is only a presumption, that can be avoided if the government and people work together to stop it. Omar urged people to get serious about the disease and wear masks. He said research indicates that wearing masks is a 50 percent verified method of preventing the spread of Covid-19.

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) had made face masks mandatory in public places. He heads this center. Omar also advised people to follow the rules of social distance strictly. Talking about the testing capacity, he said that the government would increase the ability to 30,000 per day daily to one lakh tests per day by the end of July. We were initially testing only 500 people.

The National Health Service Ministry said that 81 patients died of the disease in the last 24 hours, while the death toll stood at 2,632. A total of 51,735 patients have cured so far due to this disease. However, the number of patients in the two largest provinces of Punjab and Sindh was over 50,000.

The data showed that 52,601 cases were reported in Punjab, Sindh 51,518, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 17,450, Balochistan 8,028, Islamabad 7,934, Gilgit-Baltistan 1,095, and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir 604.