105 more die of coronavirus in Pakistan
Pakistan reported 5,312 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours (Thursday), the latest data from the National Command and Control (NCOC) shows.
There were 105 more causalities related to the deadly disease as the death toll due to coronavirus has reached 15,229 that represents a ratio of 2.1%.
According to the latest figures, 5,312 new coronavirus cases emerged in the last 24 hours after conducting 54,948 tests. It takes the total cases tally to 710,829 that returned positive after conducting 10,639,825 total tests so far.
The number of active cases in the country is 69,811 with 4,116 patients in critical condition.
There were 2,390 more recoveries recorded in the last 24 hours as the number of total recovered cases reached 625,789 with an 88% recovery rate.
Punjab, the most populous province of the country, has reported 2,021 new cases in the last 24 hours taking the provincial tally to 243,295 with 36,503 active cases. In Punjab, 58 more patients died of coronavirus as the death toll reached 6,851. With 1188 new recoveries, 199,941 patients have recovered from the virus in Punjab so far.
The case in Sindh have reached 267,970 with 6,127 active cases and 4,521 deaths. 257,322 patients have recovered from the virus in the province so far.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the coronavirus tally has reached to 96,128 with 11,616 active cases and 2,553 deaths. 81,959 patients have recovered from the virus in the province so far.
In Balochistan, the virus tally has reached 20,097 with 589 active cases and 214 deaths. 19,295 patients have recovered from the virus in the province so far.
The virus tally in Islamabad has reached 64,173 with 12,854 active cases and 597 deaths. The number of recovered patients is 50,722 in the federal capital so far.
In Azad Jammu and Kashmir, the virus cases reached 14,069 with 2,040 active cases and 391 deaths. 11,638 patients have recovered so far from the virus in AJK so far.
In Gilgit-Baltistan, the virus cases tally reached 5,097 with 82 active cases with 103 deaths whereas 4,912 patients have recovered from the disease.