More than 100,000 recovered from the coronavirus in Pakistan | Instant News



A man waits for customers to sell them a TV remote control from the rear of a parked car, as markets are closed after Pakistani authorities, the newly introduced lock in selected areas in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Karachi, Pakistan, July 1, 2020.
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Islamabad: more than 100,800 people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan, health officials announced. The last number indicates that the recovery rate in Pakistan currently stands at 47 percent.

Four factors that determine the rate of spread of the virus include in the number of daily positive cases, the number of patients in hospitals, patients on artificial ventilation and the number of deaths. “All the four parameters were shown positive signs as the number is declining,” said Minister of planning and development, Asad Umar. The country also witnessed decrease of the influx of patients to hospitals.

Officials breathed a sigh of relief, but warned people to strictly follow the recommendations, citing the fact that positive news can trigger a new outbreak if people take it as a pretext to stop the following precautions.

Pakistan now has increased power to 25,000 people a day across the country. The country has conducted a total of 1.3 million tests so far.

Pakistan is among the 12 most affected countries

Pakistan, however, is among the 12 most coronavirus-affected countries in the world, as it surpassed France and Turkey with 213,000 cases, according to the latest tally from Johns Hopkins University.

The Minister Asad Umar, who heads the COVID-19 in the country response Center, recently warned that the number of infections could exceed by the end of this month, 1.2 million, if the current trend continues.

In the third week of June, Pakistan restricted the movement of one million people under the smart lock based on the government’s tracing, inspection and quarantine (TTQ) strategy, after 20 cities across Pakistan, which was COVID-19 hot spots.

Reported 4000 cases in the last 24 hours

According to official statistics, Pakistan has reported 4,133 new cases in the last 24 hours. At least 91 patients died in recent days, bringing the death toll to 4,395.



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