Over 84k Coronavirus patients have so far recovered in Pakistan

Over 84k Coronavirus patients have so far recovered

Over 84k Coronavirus patients have so far recovered in Pakistan from the disease.

However, 2775 new coronavirus cases have surfaced in the country over the last twenty-four hours. It took the total tally to 195,745.

Over 84k Coronavirus patients have so far recovered

The death toll from the virus stands at 3962 with 59 deaths reported over the last twenty-four hours.

21,041 corona tests carried out during this period.

Meanwhile, 84,168 patients have so far recovered from the disease.

Province wise official data of total cases had it: 71987 in Punjab, 75168 in Sindh, 24303 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 9946 in Balochistan, 11981 in Islamabad, 1398 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 962 in Azad Kashmir.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday urged the people to follow the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in letter and spirit to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

He said this, while talking to volunteers of Corona Relief Tiger Force at the PM Office.

Furthermore, he said that it was essential to making common people understand the importance of following precautionary measures.

He said that if the people did not follow the SOPs seriously it would increase the burden on hospitals and existing health facilities.

The PM said the next one month was crucial and “If we are able to convince people to adopt maximum precautionary measures, the peak of the disease can pass.”

He said the administration was already stretched to their limits and the government did not want to put additional pressure on them.

Prime Minister Khan said volunteers were very important as they have played an important role in all countries in stemming the tide of the pandemic.

Moreover, he praised volunteers and Corona Relief Tiger Force.

He said youth were the country’s future and they also have to play a key role in the upcoming rainy season by planting maximum trees unprecedented in the history of the country.


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