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Coronavirus: Pakistan confirms 526 deaths


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

06th May, 2020. 10:13 am
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Pakistan

Pakistan confirms more than 500 deaths due to the novel coronavirus also known as Covid-19, after 40 more deaths reported in past 24 hours.

National Command and Operation Centre said that Pakistan confirms 526 deaths due to the novel coronavirus also known as Covid-19, after 40 more deaths reported in past 24 hours. However the total number of confirmed cases in the country have surged to 22,550.

Sindh reported 8189, Punjab reported 8133, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa reported 3499, Balochistan cases tally hit 1321, Gilgit Baltistan stands with total cases 372 and Azad Kashmir reported 71 cases. According to National Command and Operation Centre, till now 6,217 patients recovered from the virus, while 15,233 are still treated at hospitals and the quarantine facilities across the country.

Record 10,178 tests conducted in the country during last 24 hours to detect the virus. The total number of the tests stand at 2,32,582.

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