PMA demands complete lockdown across the country: KARACHI: Sharing worries over the intensifying circumstance of COVID-19 in the country, The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has stressed the federal government to enforce a complete, nationwide lockdown to manage the climbing number of coronavirus cases.
PMA basic assistant Dr Qaiser Sajjad said the coming week can be a difficult one for Pakistan in regards to COVID scenario.
“Our circumstance is also transforming like India,” he claimed as well as included that micro or wise lockdown will not satisfy now.
We need to stop the motion of the masses as it is the demand of the hour as well as only situation to manage the circumstance.
Dr Qaiser stated the government must take into consideration enforcing a full-fledged lockdown to bring the number of instances down.
It is to be noted that Pakistan has reported 201 more COVID deaths, the highest number in a solitary day considering that the pandemic break out in the nation on Wednesday.
With the incorporation of 201 more fatalities, the across the country tally of fatalities has leapt to 17,530.