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A Three Months Study of COVID-19 in Pakistan
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  • Jabir Ali,
  • Hafiz Muhammad Asmar Naeem,
  • Sultan Ali,
  • Sajjad Rahman,
  • Kainat Gull,
  • Ujalla Tanveer,
  • Muhammad Ahmad Mushtaq
Jabir Ali
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Hafiz Muhammad Asmar Naeem
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad(UAF)
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Sultan Ali
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Sajjad Rahman
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Kainat Gull
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Ujalla Tanveer
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Muhammad Ahmad Mushtaq
University of Agriculture Faisalabad
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Abstract

COVID-19 is a new pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 which has created a havoc worldwide. Within no time it prevailed throughout the world compelling all countries to take emergency measures to overcome the pandemic. To overcome the disease, there is still no vaccine developed, however, different drugs are under trial. So, the only strategy to overcome the deadly virus is to avoid each and every way of contact with the already infected patients. For the assurance of avoidance policy, different countries took different measures according to their circumstances. Developing countries are much more infected than the developed ones as they already lack in fulfilling many basic necessities of life including economy. Pakistan is one of those developing countries whose economy is badly hit by following the model strategies of developed countries. So, Pakistan introduced different strategies like smart lock down, tiger force, etc. Pakistan has faced the worst peak of pandemic latter than most of the countries, so, to walk with the world in all aspects, Government should put its best efforts in the health zone to overcome COVID-19 as soon as possible.