Pakistan has seen a rapid increase in coronavirus cases up to 292 with two affirmed deaths of people got back from foreign nations.
The all out number of ‘COVID-19’ cases in Pakistan moved to 292 after two affirmed deaths in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ‘KP’. The dead people were belonging to KP’s Mardan and Hangu.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr Zafar Mirza affirmed the dead of first Pakistani due to coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday night. A 50-year-elderly person from Mardan, who as of late came back from Umrah and notices with coronavirus, has passed away today, said Mirza. He also included, the man was experiencing fever, cough and breathing issues following the sicknesses.
The dead man from Mardan had been tried positive for coronavirus on March 17 in the wake of showing up back to Pakistan from Saudi Arabia post performing Umrah on March 9.
The nation detailed the second death in an hour as KP health minister reported for the loss of another life from COVID-19 in Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar. He said in a Twitter message, ‘Tragically, a second patient in LRH Peshawar, a 36 yr old, from Hangu, has likewise died, from the Corona Virus.’
In Sindh, the all-out check of patients is 208 up until now, 33 in Punjab, 17 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ‘KP’, 16 in Balochistan, 13 in Gilgit-Baltistan ‘GB’ 4 in federal capital Islamabad and one infected with the infection in Azad Jammu and Kashmir ‘AJK’.
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