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PESHAWAR: Experts have ruled out the prospect of a large-scale coronavirus outbreak after Eidul Azha as last Eidul Fitr, said a large number of people also recovered from the infection and developed immunity.
Five Covid-19 deaths were reported by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Friday, bringing its total tally of people killed by the virus to 1,199.
In the province, 98 more new people were diagnosed with coronavirus according to a government survey, so the total count of such local cases hit 34,056.
At the Lady Reading Hospital, Prof Khalid Mahmood said that a spike in Covid-19 cases was unlikely to occur after Eidul Azha.
“Eidul Azha is a bit different from Eidul Fitr as socialising, shopping and greeting are not that common,” he said.
In those people who had recovered from coronavirus, the expert also said hot and humid weather and immunity would prevent the virus spreading throughout the community.