Coronavirus Updates: 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.
(Covid-9) Coronavirus Cases in Pakistan:
The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Pakistan surge to 1670 on Monday after more cases were reported in Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Islamabad
The province-wise breakup of the total number of cases as of 13:30 pm March 30, is as follows:
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Coronavirus Updates Worldwide:
Coronavirus Updates: About 34,017 people have died of coronavirus pandemic so far globally. 15,000 of these are from Europe only since December 2019. More than 724,588 coronavirus cases have been reported in 199 countries of which at least 268,191 are in Europe alone, the worst-hit continent.
Italy with 10,779 deaths is leading the death toll followed by Spain with 6,803 deaths, China with 3,304 deaths, Iran 2,640 deaths and France with 2,606 fatalities,
In Pakistan 1670 cases have been confirmed with 20 deaths so far
Woman stitches face masks at home; Twitteraties pay salute to her
The entire world is currently fighting the novel coronavirus. People are wearing masks and washing their hands with soap and water or using a sanitizer to ward off the deadly pandemic. However, this constant usage has resulted in a shortage of sanitizers and masks all across the country.
— Pamela Satpathy (@PamelaSatpathy) March 28, 2020
City administration designates 5 graveyards for COVID 19 related deaths
The city administration on Monday designated five graveyards in the city that will be used to bury those who pass away due to the coronavirus.
As per details, Mayor Karachi in his recent statement said that designated five graveyards are:
- Muhammad Shah Graveyard
- Surjani Town Graveyard
- Mawach Goth Graveyard
- Korangi No. 6 Graveyard
- Orangi Town Gulshan e Zia Graveyard
Zimbabwe begins to lock down amid COVID 19
Zimbabwean authorities began enforcing a three-week lockdown in its fight against the spread of coronavirus after the disease left one person dead and infected six others.
ADB approves $2 million grant for Pakistan’s fight against COVID-19
Asian Development Bank has approved $2 million grant for Pakistan’s fight against the deadly outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 in the country. As per details, the grant, financed from the Asia Pacific Disaster Response Fund, will help fund the immediate purchase of emergency medical supplies, personal protective equipment, diagnostic and laboratory supplies, and other equipment.
Taliban make efforts to counter COVID 19 in Afghanistan
Taliban in Afghanistan witnessed to be taking steps to counter the spread of coronavirus by distributing masks.
Zabiullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, tweeted that a campaign had started in Paktika province:
د صحت کمیسیون له لوري د پکتیکا ولایت برمل ولسوالۍ کې هم د کرونا وایرس د مخنیوي او عامه پوهاوي په اړه کمپاین ترسره شو. pic.twitter.com/Rs0LAoYa5q
— Zabihullah (..ذبـــــیح الله م ) (@Zabehulah_M33) March 30, 2020
Coronavirus in India-PM Narendra Modi asks forgiveness from poor over lockdown
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sought the nation’s poor for forgiveness, as the economic crisis and human toll increased in the country from his 21-day nationwide lockdown.
Joe Diffie, Grammy Winning Star, dies of Coronavirus complications
Joe Diffie, a country music singer, died Sunday from complications of coronavirus. Joe Diffie known for his lighthearted odes to country life that reached mainstream success in the 1990s.
Petrol Pumps across Sindh to be closed by 5 pm from today
The Government of Sindh, Home Department issued a notification directing all the petrol pumps within the city to follow the timings (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) during the lockdown. However, Petrol Pumps on Highways may remain open for goods transport.
COVID 19: Pakistan Death toll Spiked to 20
The death toll in Pakistan due to novel coronavirus spiked to 20 after Sindh confirms two more deaths. As per details, Two more people have died of the coronavirus in Karachi, taking Sindh’s death toll to five.
Coronavirus in US-Trump extends guidelines till Easter
US President Donald Trump said that federal coronavirus guidelines, including social distancing, will be extended till Easter, at least 30th April. He said that they could be relaxed as early as Easter that took place in mid-April.
Atif Aslam has something to say amid the coronavirus outbreak
Singer Atif Aslam while appreciating the steps taken by Government in combating coronavirus, urged nation to follow the steps directed by authorities . He took to twitter and called for voluntary help in every way to curb the spread of COVID 19 in Pakistan.
The steps our respected Prime Minister Imran Khan is taking during this extremely difficult time are appreciable on every level. Please follow all the instructions of the government and let's volunteer to help our fellow countrymen in every way that we can.#AtifAslam #ImranKhan
— Atif Aslam (@itsaadee) March 29, 2020
Former French Minister Patrick Devedjian succumbs to Coronavirus
A French former cabinet minister Patrick Devedjian has become one of the first high-profile politicians to die of COVID-19. Former president of a Parisian administrative district, Patrick Devedjian succumbs to Coronavirus, the Haut-de-Seine department announced on Sunday.
New Zealand confirms first COVID 19 Death
New Zealand recorded its first death related to the new coronavirus on Sunday as the number of people infected with the virus rose by 63 in the country.
Australia restricts public gatherings to just two people
Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison has announced further restrictions for the population, including limiting public gatherings to just two people.
Coronavirus: Karachi confirms 2 new deaths, nationwide tally soars to 15
Sindh on Sunday reported two new deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic, taking Pakistan’s total toll to 15. Sindh Health and Population Minister Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho confirmed that two more citizens have died from the novel coronavirus in Karachi.
World Health Organization says deadly coronavirus is not airborne
World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the deadly coronavirus is not airborne.
FACT: #COVID19 is NOT airborne.
The #coronavirus is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes or speaks.
To protect yourself:
-keep 1m distance from others
-disinfect surfaces frequently
-wash/rub your 👐
-avoid touching your 👀👃👄 pic.twitter.com/fpkcpHAJx7
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) March 28, 2020
Pakistan confirms 13th Death due to Novel Coronavirus
Pakistan confirms another death due to coronavirus bringing the death toll to 13, the patient was tested positive with COVID 19 two days earlier. Pakistan’s count of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases soared to 1526 on Sunday, according to the latest statistics released by the National Command and Control Center.
More Medical supplies from China brought to Pakistan
Another special plane of China carrying medical supplies regarding Coronavirus pandemic arrived Islamabad this morning. The aid included six tonnes of medical supplies consisted of masks, ventilators and other coronavirus test related stuff.
COVID-19: 24-year-old news anchor tests positive tally rises to 497 in Punjab
A news anchor has tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Lahore who works with private media outlet after which the total confirmed cases in Punjab has jumped to 497.
According to the details, another media worker a 24-year-old news anchor has been tested positive in Punjab. Prior to this two producers of the private news outlets were tested positive for the COVID-19, Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar had confirmed in his tweet
Italy loses more than 50 doctors fighting against #COVID19
Italy is the most affected country in Europe by a novel coronavirus outbreak and it has lost more than 50 doctors fighting against the pandemic.
According to the details, more than 50 doctors in Italy have died due to #COVID as the country continues to fight with the huge impact caused by the disease
Pak army troops deployed in aid of civil power to contain COVID-19: ISPR
Pakistan army troops deployed across the country in aid of civil power under article 245. Army troops are assisting Federal & Provincial administrations in ensuring enforcement measures for containment of COVID-19 with focus on Public Safety, military media wing stated in a press release.