Death toll from COVID-19 in Pakistan exceeds 24,000

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan recorded as many as 86 extra deaths from coronavirus during the last 24 hours, pushing the nationwide demise tally to 24,004 Tuesday morning because the nation battles the fourth wave of the pandemic.

According to the National Command and Operation Centre’s (NCOC) statistics, 49,506 COVID-19 checks have been performed throughout the nation within the final 24 hours. Of these, 3,884 got here again optimistic.

However, the positivity fee now stands at 7.84%, stated the NCOC stats.

The variety of deaths from coronavirus within the nation has crossed 24,000 and reached 24,004 and the full variety of circumstances has reached 1,075,504.

In addition to this, 2,669 sufferers have recovered from COVID-19 within the final 24 hours, bringing the full variety of recoveries to 967,073, whereas the variety of lively circumstances is 84,427.

Minor drop in each day COVID-19 circumstances

A day earlier, it was reported that Pakistan had been recording a sluggish decline in its each day COVID-19 numbers over the previous couple of days.

According to NCOC’s stats, the positivity fee, each day circumstances and deaths fell Monday. There is a small downward development in each day numbers, nevertheless, lively circumstances proceed to extend with the most recent determine recorded at 84,427 circumstances.

Overall, coronavirus circumstances throughout Pakistan have not declined considerably, nevertheless, Sindh lifted its lockdown Monday. Revised COVID-19 restrictions, which can final until August 31, have been introduced by the Sindh authorities. 


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