The COVID-19 outbreak in Pakistan has been growing quickly since mid-March. As of April 16, the country has 6,919 confirmed cases, mostly of which are locally transmitted, and 128 deaths. Other than a shortage in tests, medical workers in Pakistan also lack PPEs and ventilators. A nationwide lockdown is in effect until the end of April, but the government has reopened parts of the economy which has allowed the country's construction, agriculture, and chemical industries to go back to work. Domestic flights are still suspended and the border remains closed.

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