Pakistan reports 16 COVID-19 deaths, 567 recent cases: NCOC
Lahore – Pakistan has recorded sixteen deaths and about 567 new cases of Kovid-19 during the last 24 hours.
A total of 32,062 people were tested in different parts of the country, of which 567 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported.
There are now 9,296 active cases in the country, while the number of patients recovered from coronavirus has now risen to 307,069.
The novel disease has so far claimed the lives of 6,654 people in the South Asian country since its outbreak began earlier this year.
As per the latest reports, once the cases of Kovid-19 increase once again, the authorities are planning to impose smart lockdown again in various areas.
According to The News, Sindh Health Minister Azra Peichuho said that in Sindh different public and private hospitals were reporting coronovirus infections, people who had previously tested positive for coronovirus infection, who are now severe Facing infection,
Advising people to take strictly precautionary measures, even if they had previously contracted the disease, the minister said: “Like the rest of the world, the effect is being seen in Sindh with coronoviruses as well. “
The provincial minister insisted, “People need to take precautionary measures as the second attack of the virus causes chronic infections and complications, especially among elderly people.”