Pakistan tops 3 million Covid-19 tests, nearly 96% patients have recovered

Pakistan Covid-19 recovered tests

Pakistan has successfully curtailed the spread of Covid-19, the total tests have crossed 3 million, and 96 percent of the corona infected patients have successfully recovered from this deadly disease.

According to the status of the country’s nerve center monitoring report issued today, almost 96 percent of Pakistani have completely recovered from the virus.

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According to the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC), “290,760 people recovered so far across Pakistan, making it a significant count” and showing that 95.93% of the patients recovered, with 303,089 total cases, of which 5,936 were active ones.

Almost 29,100 tests were carried out over the past 24 hours as per the report of NCOC and 665 people have tested positive for the COVID-19. 13,642 in Sindh, 9,828 in Punjab, 2,303 in KPK, 2,003 in Islamabad, 310 in Baluchistan, 656 in Gilgit Baltistan, and 355 tests in Azad Jammu Kashmir were carried out that makes a total 3,024,987 so far.

Besides the total tests and recovered patients in Pakistan, 4 have lost their life due to Covid-19. Three patients with respiratory illness passed away in the hospital and one with the same problem passed away at home. No deaths were reported in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Islamabad, or Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

As of reporting time, there was “no patient on vent in AJK and Balochistan”, whereas 97 of the 1,912 total vents allocated for COVID-19 cases were occupied across Pakistan. Of the total 303,089 cases, 132,591 were in Sindh, 97,946 in Punjab, 37,140 in KP, 15,984 in ICT, 13,690 in Balochistan, 3,297 in GB, and 2,441 in AJK. Of the total of 6,393 deaths, 2,448 were reported in Sindh, 2,220 in Punjab, 1,257 in KP, 178 in ICT, 145 in Balochistan, 79 in GB, and 66 in AJK.

According to the NCOC report, some “735 hospitals with COVID facilities with 995 patients admitted across the country.”

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