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Pakistan logs over 4,300 instances for first time in almost 5 months

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Pakistan logs over 4,300 instances for first time in almost 5 months






















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The nation’s positivity fee stands at 8.71%

By Web Desk

January 17, 2022

Seven More Patients Succumbed To The Covid-19 During The Last 24 Hours Pushing The Nationwide Death Toll From The Virus To 29,019. Photo: File
Seven extra sufferers succumbed to the COVID-19 over the last 24 hours pushing the nationwide loss of life toll from the virus to 29,019. Photo: file  

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has reported greater than 4,300 every day COVID-19 instances for the primary time since August 25, 2021, knowledge from the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) confirmed Monday morning.

Pakistan final reported 4,467 every day coronavirus instances on August 25 final 12 months.

As per the most recent statistics of the NCOC, a complete of 49,809 assessments had been performed within the nation over the last 24 hours, of which 4,340 got here again constructive. The nation’s positivity fee now stands at 8.71%.

Meanwhile, seven extra sufferers succumbed to the virus throughout the identical interval pushing the nationwide loss of life toll from the virus to 29,019. However, the situation of 781 sufferers was said to be important.

In addition to this, the nation reported greater than 35,000 lively instances of the virus for the primary time since October 15, 2021, when the nation recorded 26,974 instances, confirmed the NCOC’s knowledge.

The NCOC had on Saturday reviewed the present protocols and known as on the well being and training ministers to recommend a brand new set of pointers amid the fifth wave of coronavirus that has the federal government frightened.

A brand new set of SOPs might be put forth in in the present day’s NCOC assembly, with its deal with faculties and the training sector as entire, public gatherings, marriage ceremonies, indoor/outside eating, and the transport sector.

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