Pakistan: Coronavirus death toll crosses 22,000 mark

 Pakistan: Coronavirus death toll crosses 22,000 mark

Pakistan’s coronavirus death tally exceeded the 22,000 mark

Islamabad, 21 June: Pakistan’s coronavirus death tally exceeded the 22,000 marks after 30 casualties were reported Monday morning.

The total death tally to 22,007, according to the official data provided by the National and Command and Operation Center (NCOC).

On Saturday, Pakistan reported its lowest daily COVID-19 death toll in almost three months. As per the NCOC, 27 people had lost their lives to the virus.

The last lowest daily COVID-19 death toll was recorded by the country on March 21 after 20 people died from the infection.

According to NCOC, about 34,754 coronavirus tests were conducted in the last 24 hours, out of which 907 returned positive, taking the total caseload to 949,175.

907 returned positive, taking the total caseload to 949,175.

The positivity rate of coronavirus stands at 2.6%.

The total number of deaths in the country so far has reached 22,007.

The total number of cases has reached 949,175, while 893,148 people have recovered from the virus so far. The active number of cases currently stands at 34,020.

The country is reporting a steady decline in coronavirus cases amid the deadly third wave that has wreaked havoc.

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Pakistan reported 1,050 test positive cases of coronavirus on Sunday, with 37 people losing their lives over the past 24 hours.

The positive ratio stands at 2.55%.

Web Desk

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