Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Punjab, Sindh reported new cases as Pakistan’s coronavirus tally to 310

Punjab, Sindh reported new cases as Pakistan’s coronavirus tally to 310
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The National Health Ministry confirmed on Thursday that 310 coronavrius (COVID-19) cases across Pakistan as new cases surfaced in Punjab and Sindh. Eight cases have been reported from the federal capital while 15 patients surfaced in Gilgit-Baltistan and one case in Azad Jammu Kahsmir. However, four patients of coronavirus also have been recovered. The officials confirmed two deaths. 23 cases in Balochistan and 19 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) have reported new cases of COVID-19.
Number of coronavirus cases in Punjab rises to 33
According to the Coronavirus Command & Control Center, five cases of of coronavirus have been confirmed in DG Khan, taking Punjab’s tally to 33.
More cases emerge in Sindh; provincial tally rises to 311
The number of coronavirus cases in Sindh has risen to 311. Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister Murtaza Wahab confirmed that the number of COVID-19 cases in Sindh has escalated to 181. He said that after nine new cases, the province total of coronavirus patients has reached 181 in Sindh. He added that two patients have also been discharged from the hospital after full recovery.
Two coronavirus patient dies
Special Assistant on National Health Services Dr Zafar Mirza has confirmed two deaths from coronavirus in the country. In a tweet, he said a 50-year old person from Mardan recently returned from Umra, tested positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Finance and Health, Taimur Khan Jhagra has said that another patient of Coronavirus who was under treatment at Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar has also passed away due to virus infection. He was 36 years belonged from Hangu. He added that another patient Abdul Fateh, 36, hailing from Hangu had died at Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar.
More than 6,500 people died, more than 170,000 infected worldwide
Globally, 158 countries have been affected, more than 6,500 people have died and more than 170,000 infected by the disease called ‘COVID-19’ as it spreads rapidly to new territories. The epicentre of the outbreak has now shifted to Europe, which is recording a rapid rise in new cases every day.