Monday, January 17, 2022

Pakistan records over 4000 cases for a continuous second day


Pakistan logs over 4,000 Covid-19 cases for second straight day

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan detailed in excess of 4,000 Covid-19 cases for the second consecutive day, in the midst of the fifth influx of the Covid pandemic, the country's National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) said on Sunday.

As per NCOC, a sum of 51,236 tests were directed in Pakistan during the most recent 24 hours, of which 4,027 returned positive. The country's inspiration rate currently remains at 7.8 percent.

"Measurements 16 Jan 22: Total Tests in Last 24 Hours: 51,236 Positive Cases: 4027 Positivity %: 7.8% Deaths :9 Patients on Critical Care: 752," NCOC said in a tweet.

On Saturday, Pakistan has hit another record of detailing a sum of 4,286 COVID cases as of now, the most noteworthy since August 25 last year.

Prior, the count of the greatest number of cases was 3,567 out of 24 hours, detailed Geo TV.

In the interim, the circumstance in Karachi may likewise decay in the approaching week as the energy rate here is relied upon to arrive at 50%.

Sindh's Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said that the infection is spreading at a high speed and the choice to force a lockdown will be taken in accordance with the NCOC's suggestions.

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