On Friday (May 15), Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the public, saying that the coronavirus situation in Pakistan is better than the cases determine.
According to the information, after the COVID-19 outbreak, the prime minister addressed the nation on television and discussed the country’s current situation.
Khan said cases of coronavirus are on the rise but fortunately the recent figure is less than the predicted number which is 52,000.
When revealing Monday’s money for the unemployed through the Corona Relief Fund, the Premier said it was our duty to make relaxing the lockdown easier.
The Prime Minister said that cases were rising in places where they were finally decreasing. He urged everyone to ready themselves in fighting the virus.
He further said doctors and hospitals will face the brunt of the storm because there is a danger of a further spreading of coronavirus in the country.
Referring to public transport, the Prime Minister said that the closing of public transport has made life more difficult for the poor, and that the COVID-19 has affected the poor more.
He said every attempt has been made to provide the construction industry with all the facilities. Opening the building industry was aimed at giving citizens full jobs.
Khan said it is our responsibility to religiously follow the SOPs and guidelines to combat the deadly coronavirus pandemic.