28 Prozent der Pakistaner glauben laut der Umfrage, dass die Covid-19-Pandemie beendet ist

28 Prozent der Pakistaner glauben laut der Umfrage, dass die Covid-19-Pandemie beendet ist

Islamabad [Pakistan]January 3 (ANI): A survey of a market research company in 34 countries showed that Pakistan had the highest percentage of those who thought the pandemic was over.

The investigation, entitled “Covid-19: Will the Pandemic Ever End and How Will We Know?” conducted by Ipsos showed that 28 percent of Pakistanis were of the opinion that the pandemic had already ended, compared to only 9 percent of people in other countries, Dawn reported.

The survey took a sample of 22,023 adults aged 18-74 years and was conducted in Pakistan, USA, Canada, Malaysia, South Africa, Turkey, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, UK, Italy, Japan, Spain, Argentina, Belgium , Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Hungary, India, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sweden and Switzerland.

In response to another question, at least 14 percent believed the pandemic would never end, Dawn reported.

Meanwhile, with the rise in positivity, Pakistan’s planning minister Asad Umar warned on Monday that there is clear evidence of another covid-19 wave as cases of the new variant, Omicron, increase, especially in Karachi, Dawn reported.

Data from the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) show that the positivity rate, which was 1.08 percent on December 31, had reached 1.3 percent on Sunday.

In addition, the number of cases has doubled in less than a week, as data released on Sunday showed that 594 cases were reported against 291 cases on 27 December. On Sunday, at least 637 patients were in intensive care, Dawn reported.

According to Asad Umar, the latest increase in cases seemed to be due to the most transmissible variant of the coronavirus, Omicron.

“Genome sequencing shows an increasing proportion of Omicron cases, especially in Karachi. Remember that wearing a mask is your best protection,” he tweeted. (ANI)

Quelle: sn.dk

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