PM Imran Khan urges compliance with SOPs to curtail Coronavirus spread

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned of increasing burden on hospitals and existing health facilities if the people do not follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) seriously.

Talking to volunteers of Corona Relief Tiger Force in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that it is essential to make common people understand the importance of following precautionary measures.

The prime minister said that if the people follow the SOPs in letter and spirit, the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease could be curtailed.

Imran Khan said that the next one month is crucial and if we are able to convince people to adopt maximum precautionary measures, the peak of the disease could pass.

Furthermore, he said that the administration is already stretched to their limits and we do not want to put additional pressure on them.

The prime minister said that volunteers are very important as they have played an important role in all countries in stemming the tide of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Praising volunteers and Corona Relief Tiger Force, the prime minister said that youth is our future and they also have to play a key role in the upcoming rainy season by planting maximum trees unprecedented in the history of the Country.