• M. R. Khan PhD Scholar/Lecturer & Researcher, Minhaj University Lahore, Pakistan
  • S. M. Shahzad Professor/Vice-Chancellor, 1,2Minhaj University Lahore, Pakistan



COVID-19, pandemic, governance


The COVID-19 pandemic has affected people, especially in developing countries. There are problems and shocks from its rapid proliferation and fears of further growth. The situation demands that Pakistan’s government deeply engage in planning, consultations, and fixing constitutional breaches to develop a comprehensive national health policy. The issues of a compromised healthcare system need to be urgently addressed. The best way to save lives is to have quality protective gear. It is also crucial to create international health partnerships to save lives. The policy should also focus on the growing problem of fake news. Every effort should include creating investment opportunities in digital platforms and managing external economic domains to achieve growth. Policymakers must also ensure that small businesses stay operating while health emergencies arise.This study examines the entire range of rescue operations, management, and planning but concentrates on specific factors that affect the Pakistani government’s ability to enact far-reaching policies for the people’s benefit. Considering how pervasive the impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic are, studying what could happen next is inherently more probabilistic. Related perspectives and concerned subjects may be explored in a study of the present outbreak and the policies and efforts to end it. This study uses an analytical approach to take an insight into the health governance of Pakistan and the challenges it faces.




How to Cite

M. R. Khan, & S. M. Shahzad. (2023). MANAGEMENTOF CORONAVIRUSIN PAKISTAN. Pakistan Journal of Science, 75(02), 308–315.