Islamabad , Apr 10:
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his government was analysing the COVID-19 data of other countries, including India, to compare trends of the coronavirus outbreak, as authorities reported 383 new cases in the country, taking the tally to 4,489.
He said that the government was also looking at the “numbers in India and Bangladesh as their population trends were similar to Pakistan’s.” Khan warned that the burden on the country’s healthcare system would increase by the end of this month, as maximum patients would be identified.
The Prime Minister has warned that the situation due to coronavirus pandemic “can further deteriorate” and “hospitals may not be able to cope” with the increasing number of COVID-19 patients. Radio Pakistan reported that China has reiterated its willingness to continue supporting Pakistan in its fight against coronavirus pandemic.