Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that the coronavirus epidemic is expected to peak in Pakistan in the next two months, as the number of the COVID-19 cases in the country rose to 105,637. “We already know that the virus will spread. The trend that our experts have observed is that it spreads, then peaks and then the curve flattens,” Khan said while addressing the nation.
“Our cases are expected to peak by the end of July or August, and then transmission will reduce. So, today I appeal to you, not for me, for you that please take precautions for your loved ones, for the elderly and for those who have other diseases, he said. “If we continue to ignore standard operating procedures, then we are putting the lives of the vulnerable people in danger,” he warned.