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When will coronavirus pandemic end in Pakistan?

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

28th Apr, 2020. 12:47 am
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When will coronavirus pandemic end in Pakistan

Two months have passed since the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus in Pakistan and so far 13,933 cases have been confirmed and 293 deaths have been reported.

Lockdowns have been carried out across the country to control  the pandemic, and it seems unlikely that it will end soon as the number of cases are increasing day by day.

It is difficult to say how long the spread of the disease will be contained in the country, but the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) predicted that Pakistan needs another month and a half to control the virus.

The university analysed the artificial intelligence data and predicted the end of the CoVID-19 epidemic in countries around the world.

The University of Singapore has predicted that the pandemic in Pakistan will be controlled 97%  by June 8.

According to the data, the pandemic has not yet reached its peak in Pakistan and it will start peaking from April 27, after which the rate of cases will gradually decrease to 97% by June 9, 99% by June 23 and One hundred percent control can be achieved by September 1.

When will coronavirus pandemic end in Pakistan

The university clarified that the forecast estimates are being updated daily on the basis of new data while this analysis and estimation is for educational and research purposes only and there is a possibility of error.

According to the university, the global pandemic can be controlled 97% by May 29, 99% by June 17 and 100% by December 9.

The coronavirus pandemic could be controlled by 97% in the United States in May 11, May 7 in Italy, May 21 in Saudi Arabia, May 11 in the UAE, May 16 in Turkey, May 15 in the UK, May 7 in Italy, May 3 in Spain, May 2 in Germany, May 5 in France, Japan By May 18, May 19 in Iran, June 6 in Indonesia, May 6 in Malaysia, June 4 in Singapore and May 21 in India.

The accuracy of this AI analysis and estimation will be decided in the next few days.

It is to be noted that the number of cases in Pakistan had surged by one thousand since the first case reported on February 26. However, since then till today, April 27, 13,933 cases have been confirmed and 293 deaths have been reported.

The government also extended the nationwide partial lockdown until May 9 to prevent further spread of the virus.

The total number of  recovered coronavirus patients in the country has reached 2996.

Doctors have also termed the month of May as crucial for coronavirus in Pakistan in which the number of cases is likely to increase due to non-observance of precautionary measures.

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