Two other MPs tested positive; Reaching 147,000 nationwide



Covid-19 patients reached 146,879 at a nationwide rally on Monday, 54,138 in Punjab, 55,581 in Sindh, 18,472 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 8327 in Balochistan, 1,129 in Gilgit Baltistan and 8,569 in Jammu and Kashmir. The virus killed at least 2,783 people, recovering approximately 53,721 coronavirus patients.


Khyber Pakhtunkhwa member Provincial Assembly Shah Faisal tested positive for Kovid-19 on Monday. Deputy Speaker of the Sindh Legislative Assembly and Pakistan People's Party Leader Shehla Raja also announced that they have contracted coronavirus. He said his family members are awaiting the results of the tests.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday registered 459 new Kovid-19 cases, totaling 18,472. According to regional health officials, 32 patients also lost their lives while battling a life-threatening disease, the highest one-day death since the virus came out in late February.


10 of the Coronavirus in Swat, six in Peshawar, three in Kohat, three in Abbottabad, two in Mardan, two in Mardan, one in the upper tent, Khyber, Swabi, Malakand, Chitral Lower, Hangoo and Diy Khan. . He said a total of 707 people in K-P have so far bowed to Kovid-19.

The Balochistan Department of Health has confirmed 150 other coronavirus cases, bringing the regional rally to 8,327 in the last 24 hours. No new deaths were reported Monday from this province. The virus has killed 85 people, and 2,916 patients have been cured so far.

Health officials in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) have confirmed 16 new novel coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. The virus killed 13 people and 264 patients recovered. 386 active cases.

Sindh reported 1,776 additional cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, taking the regional rally to 55,581. The Chief Minister's Office said that 9,080 inspections were conducted in the last 24 hours. There were 22 new casualties in this province and 853 of the current Sindh casualties.

"We have conducted 9080 tests, of which 20 percent results or 1776 positive cases," the Chief Minister said in a statement released from CM House. “Our detection rate is between 20 and 24 percent, which should be controlled by social disturbances and other SOPs,” he said, adding that there have been 307,412 trials so far against 55,581 cases. It was found that 28,023 patients, including 2417, were recovered.

"This is the highest recovery rate recorded in 50.5 percent of all patients," he said. Currently, 26,705 patients are being treated, including 24,789 at home alone, 90 at isolation centers, and 1826 in various hospitals.

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