Cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan are decreasing
ISLAMABAD: (Monitoring Desk) On Saturday, Pakistan saw a slow reduction in cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan, with 3,084 new cases reported in the previous 24 hours. According to the data of National Command and Operation Centre, 53,770 tests were carried out around the country in the last 24 hours. 3,084 of them were found to be positive.
During the same period, 65 more persons died as a result of the COVID-19.
The positivity rating, meanwhile, has decreased to 5.73 percent. The last time Pakistan had a positive percentage of less than 6% was on July 24, when it was 4.89 percent.
There are now 89,044 active COVID-10 cases.
Total recoveries were 1,006,078 according to the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC). In Pakistan, the number of cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan patients who had recovered had surpassed one million just a day before.
According to NCOC records, the number of cases of coronavirus has increased to 1,116,886 with 3,239 new cases reported in the last 24 hours after 51,982 COVID-19 tests were performed. The number of registered coronavirus infections in Pakistan has risen to 89,673, the highest level since May 2, when there were 89,661 active cases.
COVID-19 in Pakistan, the number of infections is decreasing, with 3,853 new infections reported on average per day. That is 66 percent of the top, which was reached on June 17 with the highest day average ever recorded. Since the outbreak began, the country has seen 1,119,970 coronavirus cases and 24,848 deaths from coronavirus.
So far, Pakistan has given out at minimum 44,736,977 doses of COVID-19 vaccination. Assuming that each person requires two doses of vaccine that would be enough to vaccinate around 10.3 percent of the population of the state. Pakistan provided an average of 716,137 dosages per day over the past week reported. At that rate, administering enough dosages for another 10 percentage of the population will take another 61 days.