PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has recorded five deaths due to COVID-19 during the past 24 hours, whereas, 84 new cases were reported in the province, ARY News reported on Thursday.
After reporting five more deaths, the total count of mortalities has reached up to 5,736 in the province, whereas, the number of infections stood at 177,807.
Yesterday, Asad Umar had said the country recorded the “lowest positivity ratio since we started measuring covid.”
The federal minister had said the country also posted the “lowest patients on critical care”, and the “lowest daily mortality in a year”. The country’s daily Covid statistics showed 1.34 per cent positivity today as per NCOC.
In a tweet, Asad Umar had ascribed the effect to the “positive impact of vaccination”, however, he said that the vaccination drive must continue.
The NCOC daily counter had noted yesterday that 516 total cases countrywide out of 38,430 tests conducted. It had said the country suffered 13 new deaths today in the past 24-hour-period.
The NCOC tweet had said 1,445 patients infected with Covid are on critical care at present across Pakistan.
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