Corona virus cases are increasing rapidly in Pakistan and the total number of victims in the country has exceeded 1000.
In Sindh, the highest number of cases have been reported in Sindh where the number is 413 followed by 323 cases in Punjab.
On Wednesday, new cases of Corona virus were also reported in the country and new cases were recorded in Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan, Islamabad and Gilgit-Baltistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa while one person died.
Health Ministry spokesman Miran Yousuf confirmed three more cases in the province, after which the total number of victims was 413 in Sindh.
He said that the cases coming to the province affected 3 new people in Karachi.
On the details of the victims, he said that 147 cases were from Karachi and one from Dadu, while 14 patients had recovered and one died.
In addition, 94 of the 133 cases undergoing treatment are to be moved locally.
About the pilgrims coming from Iran to Sukkur, he said that so far 265 people had positive results and 3,149 had negative results.
On the other hand, 27 more cases of Corona virus were reported in Punjab, followed by 323.
Health Department Punjab spokesman Qaiser Asif said that Corona’s test came out positive in 16 more people in the province.
According to the spokesman, 176 of them are visitors, while the remaining 77 belong to Lahore, 21 Gujarat, 8 Gujranwala, 19 Jhelum, 3 Multan, 2 Rawalpindi, 2 Faisalabad and one each belonging to Mandi Bahauddin, Narowal, Rahim Yar Khan, Sargodha. Is from
He further said that all the certified cases were shifted to the isolation ward.
Later that night, a spokeswoman for the Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department reported 11 more cases.
He said that these persons are 176 pilgrims, while the remaining 80 belong to Lahore, 21 Gujarat, 8 Gujranwala, 19 Jhelum, 7 Multan, 4 Rawalpindi, 3 Faisalabad and one each belonging to Mandi Bahauddin, Narowal, Rahim Yar Khan, From Sargodha and Attock.
Corona infected woman dies in Rawalpindi
In addition, a 50-year-old woman died in Rawalpindi Wednesday due to a corona virus, the Dawn newspaper reported.
The woman from Sohava Tehsil was a British-born British citizen and came from Britain two weeks ago and was admitted to a hospital in Rawalpindi where she died.
According to police sources, the woman visited her native village, Mohra Accra, on March 19 near Sohawa Town, where she complained of health problems.
Sources said they were later shifted to a hospital in Rawalpindi where it was confirmed that they had the virus.
Meanwhile, his ancestral graveyard was buried in Mohra Accra, but police and health officials separated more than a dozen relatives of the victim, including the woman’s husband, son and other family members. Was found before going to the hospital and who attended the funeral.
All of them were shifted to the District Government Isolation Center near Mesa Kasol, where they will be tested for the virus.
Additionally, National Health Services spokeswoman Sajid Shah told Dawn that the woman came from the UK on March 9 and joined the eight people who died of the virus.
Meanwhile, the spokesman said that the total number of victims was 115 in the province.
Spokesman Balochistan government Liaquat Shahuani said the Corona virus was confirmed in five people at Tufant Quarantine Center.
He said that the results of 2 pilgrims and 3 others from Iran came positive.
Later, four more cases were reported in Balochistan.
Chief Secretary Balochistan Fazil Asghar told reporters in Quetta that the number of cases in the province has grown to 119.
In addition, 43 more cases were reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
A daily report on the Corona virus revealed that two more cases were diagnosed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Earlier, the first case of Corona virus was reported in Swabi District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
In this regard, Deputy Commissioner Shahid Mahmood confirmed and said that the Nawal Corona virus test came out positive in Swabi person, after which it became the city’s first case.
He said the patient came from Dubai earlier this month and was shifted to the isolation ward at a Lahore hospital.
Later, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department confirmed 41 more cases, followed by 121 victims in the province.
In addition, according to official website data, five more cases were reported in Islamabad and one more in Gilgit-Baltistan.
After that, the number of victims in Islamabad has increased from 20 while Gilgit-Baltistan has increased to 81 while the total number has reached 1078 in the country.
If you look at the number of cases in the country as a whole, 119 cases have been reported in Sindh and Punjab after Balochistan, 121 cases in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 20 in Islamabad, 81 in Gilgit-Baltistan and one case in Azad Kashmir.
The virus has so far killed 8 people in the country, including one in Sindh, 2 in Punjab, one in Balochistan, one in Gilgit-Baltistan and 3 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, while 18 people have recovered, including 14 from Sindh.
The first casualty of a locally-relocated case
It should be clear here that on March 24, the locals who are locally moving in Punjab will be able to do so.
The first casualties of D were revealed. Although the death was the first in Punjab and the 7th in the country, it was the first case to pass on the case of transferring locally to the country.
The Dawn newspaper reported that the deceased was a resident of Sheikhupura and had no travel history.
Health Minister Punjab Dr Yasmin Rashid said that 57-year-old man died in Mayo Hospital Lahore.
In this regard, Chief Executive Mayo Hospital Professor Dr Asad Aslam Khan said, “The patient visited Azad Kashmir after the death of his relative and there is a strong possibility that he was affected when he attended the funeral there. ‘.
Talking to Dawn, he said that the victim was taken to the Mayo Hospital on Monday in critical condition, where doctors on duty sent him samples and immediately sent him to diagnose the virus.
He said that as the condition worsened, he was immediately transferred to a high-care unit and placed on a ventilator, but despite the best efforts, he died, as did the Corona virus in Italy and Spain. Patients had sudden deaths.
Professor Asad Aslam said the virus spread rapidly to the patient’s body and then he suffered a heart attack, but reports on Tuesday revealed that the virus was caused by the virus.
Lockdown in the country
On the other hand, lockdowns have been imposed across the country due to the Corona virus, while troops have been called upon to request the administration of all four provinces, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir to assist the civil administration.
Sindh, Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Kashmir have full lockdowns while partial lockdowns in Punjab and lockdowns in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
During this lockdown, all business centers, shopping malls, private and public offices, parks, transport, shops, including unrestricted transportation restrictions, are closed; no exit is required, while restaurants are also closed. Has been banned for double riding.
In addition, different sanctions have been imposed in Islamabad under Section 144.