Due to high-rise in cases health experts called for a strict lockdown for at least two weeks.

Dr Osama Khalid stated: “On the off chance that we need to control the infectious infection, we should go for a strict lockdown once more. In the event that the administration can’t force a total lockdown because of financial difficulties, at that point they should carefully guarantee the execution of preventative steps

Health specialists on Sunday called a strict lockdown for at least fourteen days so as to control the fast increase of the coronavirus, noticing that cases had high rise after an ease in limitations during Eid-ul-Fitr a month ago.

Dr Saad Niaz said, a fourteen day lockdown will give a chance to the health workers to get ready and come up with an arrangement to battle the deadly virus in the coming days.

Each coronavirus patient can’t be treated at the hospitals because of absence of appliances and less health services, Dr Farheen Ali said that we have to build up a model that can help patients in healing from the disease while they isolate at their houses.

The World Health Organization WHO has likewise recommended a lockdown in Pakistan after a high rise of cases.

Dr Sajjad included that around 80-85% of coronavirus patients heal from the virus yet individuals need to take safety measures while they isolate at homes

The wellbeing experts said that there is no particular solution for coronavirus, in any case, on encountering indications, patients should straight away counsel their doctors and should not delay that the condition will worsen.

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