Coronavirus death toll rises to 135 in Pakistan and total ups to 7025 cases

Coronavirus death toll rises to 135

Coronavirus death toll rises to 135 in Pakistan and total ups to 7025 cases.

Official source confirmed the total number of coronavirus infection cases rose to 7,025.

Coronavirus death toll rises to 135

As per details, 135 have died so far across the country. Deaths in Sindh stood at 45 while in Punjab: 36.

Khyber Pakhtunknkhwa reported 45 deaths, ICT: 01, Balochistan: 05 and GB: 03).

Moreover, condition of 44 COVID-19 patients remain critical.

Province wise details of total cases:

These include Punjab, 3276, Sindh, 2008, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 993, Balochistan 303, Islamabad Capital Territory 154, Gilgit-Baltistan 245, and Azad Kashmir 46 cases.

So far 1,765 patients of Coronavirus have been recovered, while 135 died (Sindh: 45, Punjab: 36, KP: 45, ICT: 01, Balochistan: 05 and GB: 03) and 44 others are in a critical condition.

According to National Command and Operation Center this morning (8:30am), 84,704 tests have been conducted since outbreak of the pandemic.

Local transmission is 59 percent and foreign travel 41 percent.

The government has made ready five hundred and eighty-eight hospitals with Covid facilities with 1361 patients admitted across the country, while 546 quarantine facilities have been established with 21,047 people housed in them.

On the other hand, Chinese doctors’ team is leaving for China today.

Earlier, they had shared their expertise and meeting various Govt officials and visiting various areas to help Pakistan fighting pandemic.

According to the National Command & Operation Centre (NCOC), the team was on a two weeks long visit to Pakistan and provided timely and valuable assistance during this time to deal, overcome and mitigate COVID19 challenges.

Pakistan, China relationship has proved test of time once again during critical timings once world was facing Covid-19 challenges.


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