Pakistan’s Doctors Fear Looser Restrictions During Ramadan Will Spread Coronavirus

ISLAMABAD—Pakistan’s doctors are expressing alarm at the key minister’s final decision to allow mosques to maintain group prayers in the course of the thirty day period of Ramadan and for numerous retailers and workplaces to reopen as early as following week.

Abdul Bari Khan, chief executive of the Indus Medical center, a big healthcare facility in Karachi, claimed easing lockdown constraints at a time hospitals are by now reaching the limitations of their ability and the number of cases are climbing challenges frustrating the wellbeing-treatment technique.

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