Federal Minister for Planning, Development, Reforms, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, has acknowledged that the positivity cost of novel coronavirus infections in Pakistan has been better than 2 p.c for the earlier two weeks.
Taking to his official twitter take care of, the minister acknowledged, after witnessing the positivity cost of decrease than 2 p.c throughout the COVID-19 circumstances for the earlier six weeks, the nation has seen a giant rise inside 14 days.
He continued that “the mini Smart Lockdown has been re-imposed in Karachi, the federal capital Islamabad, Azad Kashmir, and other cities. The administration has been directed to ensure security measures across the country.”
However, he acknowledged, “Success is still impossible without the support of the people.”
Coronavirus Situation In Pakistan
It should be well-known that Pakistan on Sunday reported 12 further COVID-19-related deaths via the earlier 24 hours, taking the final demise toll from the dread virus to 6,570.
As per the latest data by the National Command Operations Center (NCOC), 28,893 samples had been examined all through this period, out of which 666 detected constructive.
The complete number of Covid-19 circumstances all through the nation has reached 318,932 with the addition of 666 new circumstances.
There are 8,904 vigorous Covid-19 circumstances as 303,458 coronavirus victims have recovered throughout the nation whereas 483 victims are in important scenario.
More than 3.Eight million assessments have been carried out throughout the nation to this point.
Sindh province stays the worst-hit province by the pandemic by the use of circumstances adopted by Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Islamabad.
Till now 140,131 coronavirus circumstances have been confirmed in Sindh,
100,687 in Punjab,
38,329 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,
17,296 in Islamabad,
15,520 in Balochistan,
3,045 in Azad Kashmir, and three,924 in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Furthermore, 2,549 folks have misplaced their lives to the epidemic in Sindh,
2,257 in Punjab,
1,263 in KP,
146 in Balochistan,
188 in Islamabad,
89 in Gilgit Baltistan, and 78 in Azad Kashmir.