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

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

07th May, 2020. 11:43 pm
Pakistan Coronavirus

In the last 10 days, Pakistan 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 singlr 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.

The total active active cases were 5451 in Punjab, 6752 in Sindh, 2570 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 1435 in Balochistan, 97 in Gilgit-Baltistan, 425 in Islamabad Capital Territory and 19 in Azad Kashmir.

6363 patients have so far recovered while the death toll from the virus stands at 564.

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