Coronavirus cases expected to peak by end of July, August: Imran Khan
The premier urged upon masses to wear masks and adopt social distancing
Prime Minister, Imran Khan on Monday warned that the cases of the novel coronavirus likely to be increased by the end of July and August this year. The premier has urged upon the masses to follow social distancing and follow SOPs to contain the deadly virus.
“We already know that the virus will spread, the trend that our experts have observed is that it spreads, then peaks and then the curve flattens. And the purpose behind flattening the curve is to reduce pressure on hospitals.
“Today, I’m here to tell you that if we follow standard operating procedures and take precautionary measures, we can manage the pandemic.
“Our cases are expected to peak by the end of July or August, and then transmission will reduce. So, today I appeal to you, not for me, for you: Please take precautions for your loved ones, for the elderly and for those who have [other ailments.