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Coronavirus death toll rises to 724 with 18 deaths during 24 hours

Coronavirus death toll rises to 724

Coronavirus death toll rises to 724 with 18 deaths during 24 hours.

The nationwide tally of Coronavirus has increased to 32,674.

Coronavirus death toll rises to 724

Government authorities reported 593 new cases and 18 deaths during last 24 hours.

8,555 patients have so far recovered from the virus while the death toll stands at 724.

Meanwhile, 11,869 cases have so far detected in Punjab, 12,610 in Sindh, 4,875 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 2,061 in Balochistan, 457 in Gilgit Baltistan, 716 in Islamabad and 86 in Azad Kashmir.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to fully activate and operationalize Covid-19 Tigers Force at district, tehsil and union council-level across the country.

He gave these directives, while chairing a high-level meeting in Islamabad today to review matters pertaining to Covid-19 Tigers Force.

Meanwhile, Sindh and Balochistan Chief Ministers remain concerned over violation of smart lockdown.

Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan has expressed deep concern over violation of smart lockdown.

In a statement in Quetta, he said that people and shopkeepers should follow all precautionary measures to control spread of coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has again warned about the lockdown across the province.

In his video message, he said no one followed the Standard Operating Procedure on Monday.

Murad Shah further said that the government will take strict decision if people don’t follow the SOPs.

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