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Prime Minister Imran Khan, Star Marketing

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Monday  08 June 2020 said “We expect that cases of coronavirus in Pakistan will hit their peak by the end of July or August after which there will be a decline,” as reported vide https://www.dawn.com/news/1562329. He said “If we are not taking precautionary measures, we are putting ourselves, our people and our country in danger. Please take SOPs seriously for your loved ones, for the elderly and for those who have other ailments, otherwise we will come under worst situation.”

The Prime Minister in his usual address for updating on latest COVID-19 situation advised the Nation “Our experts have observed that the virus will spread and today, I’m here to tell you that if we follow standard operating procedures and take precautionary measures, we can manage the pandemic.” He said, “If you seriously follow the SOPs, we will be able to reduce the pace of Covid-19’s spike and thus there will be no extra burden of patients on our hospitals.” Watch the video of his address here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aSOGi23DOo.

The PM hoped that we as a nation can curb the COVID-19 curve hike by religiously following the standard operating procedures (SOPs) published and advertised by Government. He said “If you seriously follow the SOPs, we will be able to reduce the pace of Covid-19’s spike and thus there will be no extra burden of patients on our hospitals.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan again emphasized the need for mandatory wearing of mask by everyone whenever they move outside their homes till COVID-19 situation prevails.. He said, “The world has reached a conclusion that wearing masks can reduce the spread of coronavirus by 50 per cent.”

The PM regretted on poor public response to the government’s preventive measures. He lamented that the majority of people were flouting the SOPs of COVID-19, thinking the virus was just a common flu. “If we continue to ignore SOPs, then we are putting the lives of our aged people and those already suffering from diabetes and blood pressure in danger.”

The Prime Minister is not at all supportive of Lock down and he again highlighted that lockdowns were not a solution to the pandemic COVID-19. “Although lockdown restrictions slow down the spread of the virus, we must also realise that Pakistan is a poor country and that we had no choice but to reopen the country. The entire world has understood that lockdowns aren’t a solution.”

The PM again highlighted that Pakistan could not afford lockdown due to COVID-19 and businesses must keep open to run the wheel of economy and save people, especially daily wage earners and traders, from hunger.  He, however, said, “Keep your business open but it is my appeal to adhere to the government SOPs must till July and August,” and “Only precautionary measures can help defeat coronavirus.”

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