Pakistan’s active COVID-19 case count continues to decline



2022-02-11 06:47:00

— APP/File

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s COVID-19 active case count dropped to 82,368 with 5,761 coronavirus sufferers’ recoveries in a day, the Nationwide Command and Operation’s (NCOC) information confirmed Friday morning.

The nation additionally reported a minor decline within the coronavirus positivity ratio over the past 24 hours.

In accordance to the most recent NCOC information, 3,498 new infections had been detected throughout the testing of 58,077 samples carried out in a single day, which positioned the nation’s positivity ratio at 6.02% and the variety of whole instances previous 1.477 million.

In the meantime, COVID-19 claimed 39 extra lives over the past 24 hours after which the nationwide dying tally rose to 29,687.

Regardless of an irregular graph of the deaths and contemporary instances, the variety of COVID-19 recuperation has witnessed a gentle rise, which took the whole recoveries count to 1,365,518.

The NCOC had on January 27 prolonged the COVID-19 restrictions in cities with excessive positivity ratio until February 15 with an announcement that the subsequent evaluate might be finished on February 10, because the Omicron-driven fifth wave reached new heights throughout the nation final month.

The discussion board had introduced stricter restrictions for the cities with excessive illness prevalence.

Following are the cities the place the an infection fee remains to be above the ten% mark, in accordance to the NCOC information.

Mirpur — 10.38%

Muzaffarabad — 19.74%

Gilgit — 23.17%

Skardu — 12.73%

Abotabad — 15.21%

Mardan — 13.89%

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