Mansha Pasha calls for unity to fight Covid-19
Popular actress Mansha Pasha has said what is in a lot of people's hearts; the blame game is the main deterrent to controlling the surge in reported novel virus cases.
This is the time to work together to defeat this virus, not to be divided and shift blame, she said and advised people to stand together in this serious situation of Covid-19 crisis.
The actress took to Instagram and wrote: “People who wanted lockdown were called elite. Doctors who cautioned were called political doctors. And now the regular awam, unable to follow the ill community and enforced SOPs is called Jahil. Waiting for the next round of blame-shifting results.”
Pakistan on Tuesday recorded the highest single-day deaths ever from the novel coronavirus, reporting 111 fatalities over the last 24 hours.
With the latest surge, the death toll in the country has reached near 3,000. However, over 5,000 new cases of the virus were reported.
Health experts see the ever-increasing coronavirus cases as a result of the lifting of a prolonged lockdown late last month, warning that the country's already weak health system might crash soon if the tally continues to surge at the current pace.