Pakistan has confirmed two more cases effected with the novel coronavirus, tally reaches 30, here on Saturday.
According to the details, one of the two cases is reported in federal territory Islamabad and the second one is reported in Sindh.
Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) has confirmed that a 30-year-old woman has been diagnosed positive for #COVID19. The patient in capital territory hailed from the US to Pakistan a few days ago.
Officials reported that the patient is in critical condition and she had been retained on a ventilator.
Arrived 2 a.m. at Karachi Airport from U.S. First contact is with professional & courteous health officers from @SindhHealthDpt who take down travel history & details. Sharp contrast to disinterested CAA staff collecting outdated health forms . Well done @SindhCMHouse pic.twitter.com/rvuK1NWHY8
— Zahid F. Ebrahim (@zfebrahim) March 13, 2020
In the meantime, the second coronavirus case was reported in Karachi.
Sindh Health Department has confirmed that the patient arrived from Saudi Arab a few days back and was tested positive today.
SHD issued a presser that reads, “This brings the total number of cases to 16 in Sindh out of which 2 have recovered and sent home and 14 are under treatment.”
Furthermore, by adding two more new coronavirus cases, the total number of cases reached 16 in Sindh and overall tall in Pakistan climbs to 30.
Meanwhile, the global count of novel coronavirus effected cases stood at 143,400, with 5,402 deaths, across 135 countries and territories by Saturday.