Pakistan reports 599 new coronavirus cases; 3 deaths
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Pakistan reported 599 new coronavirus cases along with no new virus-related deaths during the last 24 hours (Sunday), showed the data released by the National Institute of Health Pakistan on Thursday morning.
According to the statistics released by the NIH, after seven more coronavirus-related deaths, the death reached 30,455, which represents a ratio of 2.0 percent. All the three patients died belonged to Sindh.
The positivity ratio of the coronavirus cases in Pakistan was recorded at 2.81 percent, as 599 new coronavirus cases emerged in the last 24 hours after conducting 21,315 tests. It takes the total cases tally to 1,548,394.
COVID-19 Statistics 21 July 2022— NIH Pakistan (@NIH_Pakistan) July 21, 2022
Total Tests in Last 24 Hours: 21,315
Positive Cases: 599
Positivity %: 2.81%
Patients on Critical Care: 170
The number of active patients is 9,673 with 170 patients in critical condition.
There were 265 more recoveries recorded in the last 24 hours as the number of total recovered cases reached 1,507,935 with a 97.4% recovery rate.
The highest rate of Corona cases across the country was recorded in Diamer. The positivity ratio reached 21.43 percent in 24 hours in Diamer.
The positivity ratio of the coronavirus cases was recorded at 36.24 percent in Hyderabad, 25 percent in Swabi, 5.86 percent in Lahore, 5 percent in Nowshera, 3.85 percent in Muzaffarabad, 3.33 percent in Mardan, 2.87 percent in Karachi, 2.85 percent in Peshawar, 2.58 percent in Rawalpindi and 1.88 percent in Islamabad.