Despite concerns of post-Eid-ul-Azha’s fears, the recovery rate in COVID-19 cases in Pakistan remains high. This is unexpected as many feared due to the Eid’s celebration, the rise in cases was to be expected. Added to that, the majority of the people in the Urban and Rural settings did not care to follow safety Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
What is interesting to mention is that post-Eid-ul-Fitar the rise in COVID-19 cases in Pakistan skyrocketed with Pakistan reporting 4,500+ in a single day. It shook the country as Pakistan shares a low budget in the health sector, thus not having many doctors and paramedical staff to treat the patients.
Until slowly miracle started to happen and the cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan started to decline. The COVID-19 status in Pakistan started to improve till the mid of July, the recovery rate was also high to a point several ICU units in Pakistan reported they do not have many Coronavirus cases in Pakistan. Indeed a Miracle.
After the Eid-ul-Azha, the majority of the people including health experts worried it might trigger a 2nd wave of COVID-19 infections in Pakistan. One would simply not disagree with the warning since the people barely cared to follow safety protocols of COVID-19 that included following social distancing, wearing face-masks, and washing hands.
Unexpectedly, as reported earlier, its been almost 2-weeks now. While there still is a rise in the number of COVID-19 infections from 500+ daily cases to 800+ daily cases currently. However, the recovery rate is unexpected very high. According to a figure, 92% of individuals being COVID-19 Positive have recovered.