NCOC noted coronavirus cases saw a fall over the past five days after witnessing a continuous increase of virus.

Federal Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar led a gathering of the NCOC.

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) observed on Friday that coronavirus cases saw a fall in the course of recent days following to seeing a nonstop increase since the occurrence of the virus.

The gathering was notified that around 103 additional ventilators have been reserved for serious condition COVID-19 patients, taking the all-out number of ventilators accessible for such patients the nation over to 1,503.

It was notified that more ventilators are being picked up on a most rapid basis to meet the further necessity of hospitals. In excess of 1,500 extra ventilators would be accessible before the end of July.

A total sum of 165,062 cases were identified up until this point, adding 769 for AJK, 8,998 in Balochistan, 1,225 in Gilgit Baltistan, 9,941 in Islamabad, 20,182 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 61,678 in Punjab and 62,269 in Sindh.

So as to relieve the difficulty on main hospitals the nation over, 2,150 extra oxygenated beds are being enlisted on a war basis.

The NCOC was informed that testing limit has expanded by multiple times and is being develop rise up to more than 100,000 tests for every day by mid-July.

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