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COVID-19: Recovery Toll in Pakistan crosses 25,000

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

31st May, 2020. 11:36 am
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As a ray of hope in these critical times, the Recovery toll of coronavirus patients in  Pakistan has crossed 25000. As per details, the number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases in the country is nearly to hit 70,000 with 1483 recorded deaths.

According to the national dashboard 25,056 cases have so far been detected in Punjab, 27,360 in Sindh, 9,540 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 4,193 in Balochistan, 2,418 in Islamabad, 678 in Gilgit Baltistan, and 251 in Azad Kashmir.  25,271 patients have so far recovered from the virus while the death toll stands at 1,483 with 88 deaths reported during the last twenty-four hours.

14,972 corona tests were carried out during the last twenty-four hours.

Death Toll

According to the national dashboard, 36 new deaths were reported in Punjab while four new deaths were recorded in Islamabad. The death toll from the novel coronavirus climbed to 1,483 on Sunday after new deaths were reported across the country.

Recovery Toll 

According to the national dashboard, 13272 people have been recovered from coronavirus in Sindh province, Punjab witnessed 6971 recoveries,  1471 patients recovered in Balochistan, 2809 patients recovered in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 169 patients recovered in the federal capital Islamabad. 490 in Gilgit and 159 in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Total recoveries stand at 25271.

Masks Mandatory in Islamabad

Wearing masks/covering face in all public places in Islamabad has now been made mandatory. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad said in a tweet that Markets, public places, mosques, public transport, lorry depots, streets, roads, offices will be checked. Magistrates can be fined up to Rs 3,000 and sent to jail under Section 188 of the Pakistan Penal Code.

Global coronavirus cases

Global coronavirus cases crossed 6 million, as Latin America reported a grim milestone of 50,000 deaths from the disease. Global death toll tops 367,000.


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