Pakistan

37 people die due to Coronavirus during last 24 hours

37 people die due to Coronavirus

37 people die due to Coronavirus during last 24 hours in Pakistan.

NCOC reported 2304 people tested positive for Covid-19 during last 24 hours.

37 people die due to Coronavirus

As per its update, thirty seven more died due to the virus in the country over the last twenty four hours.

The figure of patients recovered from the virus has reached 321,563.

There are now 23,641 active cases in the country.

According to he National command and Operation Centre (NCOC), 32 of 37 patients had remained under treatment in hospital.

Five of them passed away out of hospital on Thursday.

It said no COVID affected person reported bon ventilator in Balochistan.

However, 195 ventilators out of 1,856 allocated for COVID-19 patients remained occupied elsewhere in Pakistan.

Some 36,923 tests conducted across the country on Thursday. They included 12,599 in Sindh, 12,038 in Punjab and 3,487 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

7,187 tests conducted in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), while 746 in Balochistan, 329 in GB, and 537 in AJK.

In aggregate, 4,847,105 corona tests have been conducted across Pakistan since the first test.

The government has equipped 736 hospitals with COVID facilities.

Some 1,405 corona patients were admitted in hospitals across the country.

The NCOC has confirmed around 7,092 deaths recorded in the country since the eruption of the contagion.

Province-wise breaks up has it: 2,718 deaths in Sindh. 12 of them died in hospital and two out of hospital on Thursday.

2,455 deaths reported in Punjab. 14 of them died in hospital and three out of hospital on Thursday.

1,303 deaths in KP one of them died in hospital on Thursday. 250 deaths in ICT among two of them died in hospital on Thursday.

Meanwhile, 155 deaths reported  in Balochistan; one of them died in hospital on Thursday, while 93 died in GB and 118 in AJK. Two of them died in hospital on Thursday.

GTV

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