Coronavirus cases may surge to 200,000 in Pakistan: WHO

Lahore, 28th May: The number of coronavirus patients in Pakistan has skyrocketed within days after the ease in lockdown during the Eid holidays.

According to Baaghi TV, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that if the effective measures against the coronavirus are not taken in Pakistan to prevent the spread of the disease, the number of patients in the country could reach 200,000 by mid-July. The World Health Organization has made the same prediction in the last week of April.

According to sources, WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom said that in order to control the coronavirus in Pakistan, safety measures must be adhered to. He said that almost all the districts of Pakistan have been affected by the virus Punjab and Sindh being effected the most.

Coronavirus is here to stay: WHO

The WHO said in a series of tweets about Pakistan that the epidemic has put additional pressure on Pakistan’s health system and increased the economic problems of people due to the pandemic.

In a recent statement, the World Health Organization (WHO) said that the spread of the coronavirus in Pakistan has accelerated and on the other hand, the government and the people are not taking the issue seriously.

“We need to not only work together to implement a plan to eradicate the virus, but also to mobilize resources so that we can respond quickly and strengthen the health system,” said Dr. Tedros Adhanom Director-General. The World Health Organization stands with the government and people of Pakistan to prevent the spread of the virus and save lives.

Baaghi TV urges you to play your part as a responsible citizen by staying at home to ensure the safety of yourself, your loved ones, and the community.

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