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Coronavirus Updates (Live), 8 May: Today Covid-19 Updates From Pakistan


Muhammad NomanWeb Editor

08th May, 2020. 09:52 pm
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Coronavirus Updates (Live) On, 8th May 2020: Latest stats and Coronavirus news tracking the number of confirmed cases, recovered patients, and death toll by Pakistan amid the COVID 19 coronavirus, historical data, and info. Daily charts, graphs, news, and updates.

See the chart below to see the number of cases, recoveries, and deaths in Pakistan.

Coronavirus Pakistan Updates (Live)

Here is an updated list of Total Coronavirus Cases in Pakistan.

STATIONTOTAL CASEACTIVE CASERECOVEREDDEATH
SINDH4232309877278
PUNJAB5326385892578
BALOCHISTAN65647017610
KP1708114747289
ISLAMABAD223185263
GB307852123
AJK5530250
GRAND TOTAL1250788732608261

See the recent Covid-19 Pakistan News.

Balochistan going for a Smart lockdown amid COVID-19

Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan gave the approval to convert coronavirus lockdown to smart lockdown. The meeting approved the conversion of lockdown across the province into smart lockdown, which would allow the market to be open from 3 am to 5 pm.

Balochistan government spokesman Liaquat Shahwani said in a tweet about the smart lockdown that shopkeepers and traders’ organizations across the province would be bound to implement precautionary measures mentioned on SOPs.

Turkey prohibits to visit care homes on Mother’s Day, Eid

They Labor, Social Services and Family of Turkey announced on Friday that visitors will not be allowed in retirement and nursing homes across the country on Mother’s Day on during Eid also. According to the statement, the ministry said that the visitors will not be allowed in nursing homes, disability care centers and rehabilitation centers on Mother’s day and Eid.

The decision was taken to control the spread of coronavirus as the novel coronavirus continues to affect thousands of people specially aged across the planet.

Donald Trump, Pence test negative after white house valet tests positive for COVID-19

The President of United States Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have tested negative for coronavirus. A member of the U.S. military who works at the White House as a valet tested positive for COVID-19.

According to the details, during a meeting with the governor of Texas in the Oval Office on Thursday (May 8), Trump revealed that he had contact with man who infected by the virus. The sources said that people working around the president at the White House have been getting regular tests for the COVID-19.

Coronavirus-Australia eases lockdown in three stages

Australia has announced to lift lockdown under a three-step plan to reopen the country’s economy by July. According to details, Australia has banned public gatherings and unnecessary travel to avoid the spread of coronavirus in the country.

Australia has 6, 914 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Out of these, 97 people have died whereas 6, 079 people have recovered. There are now 738 active cases of coronavirus.

598 cases have emerged in the province over the past 24 hours says CM Shah

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah has said that 598 cases have emerged in the province over the past 24 hours. Five additional deaths have also been reported. The total number of cases in the province is 9,691, while death toll is 176. Sindh conducted 5,532 tests today, he told the media in a briefing. Sindh Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah has clarified that the provincial and federal governments are working together, despite differences.

UN expects 110 mn children to be born amidst the pandemic

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said that 11.6 million babies are expected to be born worldwide during the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic.

In a report released on International Mother’s Day (which is being celebrated on May 10), the World Health Organization said that in the next 40 weeks (or 9 months) 11.6 million babies will be born after the March 11 when the CIVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in various countries.

Mothers and newborns will face problems, due to the lockdown, and also medical centers are already facing a shortage of medical equipment and maternity support staff.

Pakistan sees 100% increase in deaths from COVID-19 in 10 days

In the last 10 days, Pakistan’s death toll has increased by 100 percent between April 28 and May 7, and the number of reported cases in each province has also surged.

According to data compiled by Bol news, since the first case of the coronavirus was reported in the country on February 26, the country sees 46 death in the month of May which highest number of deaths and from March to April fatality toll had reached from single digit to double.

The Country reported 297 deaths due to the pandemic between April 28 and May 7. From April 28 to May 6, as per the official figures 10,365 cases were reported across the country.

Medical experts warn that the virus could reach its peak in May, leading to an increase in reported cases and deaths.

The number of confirmed Coronavirus also know as COVID-19 cases in the country has soared to 24,077.

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