COVID-19 positivity ratio increases in Karachi and Lahore

Roman AhmedWeb Editor

10th Aug, 2021. 12:34 am
COVID-19 claims 73 lives, infects 2,714 more people

Karachi and Lahore have reported an upsurge in coronavirus cases on Monday, with the country continues its fight in the fourth wave of the novel coronavirus.

Karachi has recounted a distressing positivity rate of 21.40%. Even though in elevation of the number of corona cases being recounted in the metropolis, the Sindh government has relaxed the nine-day lockdown.

All the Shops, markets, shopping malls, and businesses that were barred to operate due to the provincial administration’s lockdown, have been revived from Monday morning, which leads to a huge amount of public gathered to hotels.

On the contrary, Lahore has stated its ratio of 9.2%, which is the highest in the fourth wave of the pandemic.

Whereas Rawalpindi and Islamabad have recounted 16% and 5% coronavirus positivity ratios.

Furthermore, Pakistan stated a trivial waning in coronavirus positivity ratio as the country’s daily tall deck to 7.54% on Monday.

4,040 new coronavirus cases reported in Pakistan

National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has stated that 4,040 new cases were identified throughout Pakistan after 53,528 coronavirus tests were conducted in the last 24 hours.

This makes the national tally reach 1,071,620.

In the past 24 hours, coronavirus has claimed another 53 people.

Whereas two days ago, Pakistan had logged 95 deaths from coronavirus, which was the maximum single-day clang throughout the continuing fourth wave of the plague.

964,404 patients have recovered, whereas the total number of deaths has stretched to 23,918.

Furthermore, coronavirus cases throughout Pakistan have not deteriorated suggestively.

The Sindh government has elevated its lockdown as of Monday. Reviewed COVID-19 limitations, which will precede till August 31.

Business and marketable happenings have shuffled to normality on Monday as the Sindh government tranquil coronavirus precincts that were levied from July 31.

The Sindh government has cautioned that if coronavirus cases endure gushing crosswise the country, severe limitations may be forced again.


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