All coronavirus indicators come down crashing in Pakistan
NCOC data shows only 19 people died, 767 infected with 1.88% positivity ratio during 24 hours
All the coronavirus indicators in Pakistan have registered a significant drop during the last 24 hours (Saturday) as the country appears to be emerging from the fourth wave of the deadly pandemic, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The statistics released by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Sunday morning showed that Pakistan has registered only 19 coronavirus deaths and 767 infections during the last 24 hours (Saturday),
During the last 24 hours (Saturday), a total of 40,584 tests were conducted throughout Pakistan whereas the positivity ratio stood at 1.88 percent. The number of patients in critical care was 2,540.
Statistics 10 Oct 21:— NCOC (@OfficialNcoc) October 10, 2021
Total Tests in Last 24 Hours: 40,584
Positive Cases: 767
Positivity %: 1.88%
Deaths : 19
Patients on Critical Care: 2540
During the last 24 hours (Saturday), as many as 1,559 patients have recovered from the virus whereas the total recoveries stood at 1,187,308. As of Sunday, the total count of active cases in the country was recorded at 42,541.
As many as 462,466 coronavirus cases have so far been confirmed in Sindh, 435,882 in Punjab, 175,735 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 106,113 in Islamabad, 33,072 in Balochistan, 34,339 in Azad Kashmir and 10,348 in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Moreover, 12,780 individuals have lost their lives to the pandemic in Punjab so far, 7,484 in Sindh, 5,636 in KP, 931 in Islamabad, 739 in Azad Kashmir, 350 in Balochistan and 186 in Gilgit Baltistan.
Here are the global developments in the coronavirus crisis:
- Russia death toll upgraded -
Russia's Federal Statistics Agency Rosstat says that 49,389 people died of coronavirus in August -- more than double the official government figure, bringing the agency's tally of Covid-19 deaths in Russia to over 400,000.
- Delta hits US jobs -
The US economy gains only 194,000 jobs in September as the Delta variant of Covid-19 again denies President Joe Biden the soaring labour market he is banking on.
- Portugal meets jab goal -
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- Covid debt relief -
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- Kante returns -
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- Ashes nod -
The England and Wales Cricket Board gives "conditional approval" to England's Ashes tour of Australia starting in December, after fears it would be cancelled over tough Covid-19 quarantine guidelines.
- More than 4.8 million dead -
The coronavirus has killed at least 4,830,270 people since the outbreak emerged in China in December 2019, according to an AFP compilation of official data.
The US is the worst-affected country with 710,180 deaths, followed by Brazil with 599,810, India with 450,127, Mexico 281,121 and Russia with 214,485.
With inputs from AFP.