Pakistan is Hit by Second Wave of Global Pandemic COVID-19

 Pakistan is Hit by Second Wave of Global Pandemic COVID-19

Coronavirus has made our life upside down by dwindling financial patterns of the entire strata. People suffer a lot during corona-lockdown mayhem. Even though WHO praised Pakistan for successfully beating the virus while keeping the economy firm. Now, the Virus is Coming up again in Winters. Pakistan is Hit by Second Wave of Global Pandemic COVID-19.

Moreover, global coronavirus cases have surpassed 40 million. The United States still tops the list with 8,275,066 whereas, India with second-most infections surpassing 7 million.

Let see what strategies the government of Pakistan will opt to overthrow the deadly contagion.

The discomforting newsflash spinning over media about the unprecedented predator for mankind

In rather scary news, COVID-19 second wave is upon us. The Irish government affecting the perilous-cum-challenging situation has stirred to the highest level of coronavirus limitations, very similar to the previous spring lockdown. The restrictions will last for six weeks in a bid to fight against the rise in cases.

The Irish government claimed,

“There will be a penalty for travel beyond a certain distance. Moreover, there are exemptions for essential work and purposes also.”

Asad Umar expressed his infuriation over the deliberate negligence of SOP’s

Pakistan is Hit by Second Wave of Global Pandemic COVID-19

Confirmed cases in Pakistan have reached 324,744 and the death toll has surpassed 6,500. Asad Umar, in a tweet, has revealed that last week’s daily COVID-19 mortality was 12. But now, there is a severe hike of 140 percent, and it is because of the resumption of academic concerns and they are not abiding by the safety guidelines properly. He further added,

“We as a nation are committing a huge blunder and recklessly ignoring all SOPs. The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) is also warning people to ensue strict measures. Another lockdown will perturb and worsen economic and social woes.”

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC),

“If no improvement in SOPs compliance is observed, NCOC will have no choice but again revert to strict measures leading to re-closures of services.”

According to a survey conducted by the Gallup polling institute in September,

“75 percent of respondents in Pakistan believe the pandemic is under control, while 46 percent believe the outbreak is a foreign conspiracy”

Pakistani authorities on October 21 warned the nation that government could reimpose strict lockdown measures, as millions of people defied guidelines despite fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections.

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