68% of population will be affected by easing lockdown, says Prof Dr Javed Akram

In Pakistan 30% of people will not have symptoms, but will be affecting people, Pakistan is going to be the third country in the world, then the government will have to make tough decisions near Eid.

Comment of Dr. Javed Akram, Chairman Clinical Trial Company

(May 17, 2020) Chairman Clinical Trial Company Dr. Javed Akram has said that relaxation in lockdown will affect 68% of the population, 30% of people will not have symptoms, but will be affecting people, Pakistan will become the third country in the world. However, the government will have to make tough decisions near Eid.

He said in a commentary on a private TV program that today we are talking about easing the lockdown. But what lockdown are we talking about? When was the lockdown in Pakistan? I think there was a federal government, Punjab or Sindh or any other province, there was no lockdown. We as a nation did not give a chance to deal with this disease. He said that the government for all. Good decision that everyone liked, but I think the government will have to make an unpopular and unpopular decision near Eid.

He said that no government has done justice to the health department since 1947. He said that the results of the so-called lockdown by the government will come in 15 days. There are ten to fifteen days. Therefore, 30% of the people who will be infected with the virus will have no symptoms, but they will transmit the disease to seven to ten people.

It will affect 70 people in a week. We will have to pay a heavy price for it. 68% of the population will be affected. Pakistan is going to become the third largest country in the world. When 68% of the population is affected, the mortality rate will be 12%. On the other hand, according to the National Command and Operations Center, the number of active cases of Corona in the country reached 27,937, the number of confirmed cases also reached 40,151, 1352 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, with 39 more deaths and a total of 873 deaths.

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