Covid cases in Pakistan drastically drop to 61% following stern measurement
As a result of positive measures taken and strict lockdowns imposed by the government across the country, the rate of new coronavirus cases has registered a significant decline, falling to 61% of the peak cases.
These figures were shared by Dr. Fahim Younis, an American epidemiologist.
According to available data, Pakistan is down to 61% of peak and cases are FALLING to 11/100,000— Faheem Younus, MD (@FaheemYounus) May 14, 2021
That’s good. Stay at it until case counts are <5/100,000 and speed up vaccinations https://t.co/psF8tb6OO4 pic.twitter.com/FpmCAW6LTg
Dr. Fahim Younis, a professor at the University of Maryland in the United States, said Friday that according to the available data, the coronavirus cases in Pakistan have decreased to 61% of the peak.
Moreover, there are 11 infections per 100,000 people reported in the last few days. He suggested that Pakistan should further reduce this number to less than five out of 100,000 people and speed up the vaccination process.
According to a report by news agency Reuters, in the last three weeks, the average number of new cases in Pakistan has been recorded below 1900.