According to the National Command and Control Centre, Pakistan has recorded the lowest daily count of COVID-19 cases in four months.
In the last 24 hours, Pakistan diagnosed 213 newly reported cases of COVID-19 in the country and 6 people have died of this disease. The total number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has jumped to 295,849 and the number of total deaths is 6294. The active cases are only 8873. Those who recovered from the disease are 280682.
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The intensity of coronavirus is mostly found in Sindh where the number of corona patients is 129,348, in Punjab the number of corona patients is 96,769, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa intensity wise was at the third number where the number of corona patients is 36,044 while in Baluchistan, the number of corona patients is 12,869.
The number of corona patients in Islamabad is 15,625, In Azad Jammu and Kashmir, the corona patients are 2,298 and in Gilgit, 2,896 people fell the victim of COVID-19 so far.
National Command and Control Centre reported the lowest daily COVID-19 count in Pakistan. Meanwhile, during the last 24 hours, 18,017 people have tested for corona and so far 2,621,146 people have been tested across the country. 114 patients of corona are on ventilators and the total number of ventilators existing in Pakistan is 1920.
There are 735 hospitals in the country which are equipped with the facilities of corona treatment and in those hospitals, 1076 patients are admitted.
Fortunately, Pakistan is among those countries which are currently least affected by corona disease. If the case of Brazil is looked at, it will be manifested that the population of Brazil is almost equal to that of Pakistan but today’s reports show that the number of corona affected people in Brazil so far is 3,862,311 and the total deaths there are 120,896. In India, the total corona patients so far are 3,681,073 and those who died of this disease are 65,427.
But, it does not mean that Pakistan has come out of the corona. Pakistanis still need a great deal of care and all the precautionary measures must be adopted including wearing the masks, keeping the defined social distances, washing hands, and spending some time in the sunlight as the second wave of the corona is expected.