Authorities have sealed several areas across the country deemed as coronavirus hotspots to try and control the spread of the virus.
Coronavirus cases in Pakistan have been rising ever since the lockdown restrictions were eased across the country and businesses and markets were allowed to open.
The country has reported over 132,000 coronavirus cases along with over 2,500 fatalities due to coronavirus ever since the first case emerged in the country back in February.
Despite many experts advising the Government to implement an immediate lockdown, the government is against such action saying that the economy just can’t deal with the loss that results from such a lockdown.
Even the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended a two week intermittent lockdown saying that if the government doesn’t follow its advice, the situation might get out of hand.