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Corona virus victims in Pakistan exceed 2700, death toll rises to 40

The Nawal Corona virus, which causes more than 50,000 deaths worldwide, is rapidly affecting people in Pakistan and the total number of cases here has reached 2714 while 40 people have died from the global outbreak.

The number was up to 4 till February 29 after the first case was brought to Pakistan, but after that it saw a sharp rise and now it has crossed 2700.

Most of these 2700 cases are cases that are locally transferred from one person to another.

According to statistics, Punjab province is the worst affected, with a total of 87 people infected with the virus while 11 deaths are reported.

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Similarly, the number of victims in Sindh has reached 830, but the death toll in this province is highest in the country and the number has reached 14.

However, it is worth mentioning here that out of the 14 deaths in Sindh, 12 deaths occurred in the country’s largest city, Karachi, which is also the most affected by the virus.

Sindh is followed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where the number of cases has reached 343 while the death toll has risen to 11.

Apart from this, the number of Corona virus cases is 175 in Balochistan and one person has lost their lives till now.

Talking about the areas other than the provinces, 75 victims have been affected in Islamabad, 193 cases and 3 deaths in Gilgit-Baltistan while 11 people have been affected in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

However, one hope ray is about recovering from the virus, and so far there have been 130 patients who have been victorious in the fight against the virus.

New cases were also reported in Punjab, Islamabad and Gilgit-Baltistan on April 4 today.

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In Punjab, 18 more cases were reported on Saturday, after which the number of victims reached 1087.

In this regard, Health Department Punjab spokesman Qaiser Asif said that there are 1087 certified patients in the province, of which 490 are citizens and 597 are in quarantine centers.

The spokesperson said that the Corona virus was confirmed in the Quarantina center with 309 visitors, 285 members of the Tablighi community and 3 prisoners.

According to the cities of these victims, 213 people from DG Khan, 91 from Multan, 5 from Faisalabad were affected while 251 from Raiwind center, 3 from Mandi Bahauddin, 13 from Sargodha, 9 from Vehari, 9 from Rawalpindi. Six, two from Nankana and one from Gujrat, were diagnosed with the Corona virus.

In addition, according to the spokesperson, the highest number of cases was reported in Lahore, with 210 being reported from Lahore and 94 from Gujarat, followed by 54 from Rawalpindi and 29 from Jhelum.

According to the spokesman, the remaining people were affected in other parts of the province.

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According to the official statistics website, there are seven more new cases in Islamabad.

The number has risen from 68 to 75 after these seven new cases emerged in the federal capital.

Meanwhile, three more new cases were reported in Gilgit-Baltistan, after which the number increased from 190 to 193.

Keep in mind that there are lockdowns and various restrictions in view of the Corona virus in the country, which includes business centers, shopping malls, educational institutions, cinemas, entertainment venues, beaches in Karachi, shops other than essentials, wedding halls and Other locations are closed.

However, there are cases of Corona virus, which the government is taking to prevent, while China’s neighbor, China, is also helping the government in this regard.

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40 deaths in 17 days
The first death toll from the Corona virus came out in Pakistan on March 18, and the second death was confirmed on the same day.

On March 18, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Minister Timor quarrels were reported in Mardan because of a first-person corona virus.

Shortly thereafter, they confirmed the death of another person in Hangu.

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On March 20, a virus died in Karachi, the country’s largest city, when the number rose to three.

Shortly after the news of another patient died in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa March 22, a doctor treating people affected by the Corona virus in Gilgit-Baltistan died of a similar global outbreak.

The next day, the 23 March, the first Balochistan government died of Corona virus in the province.

While the number of affected people was on the rise, the first death toll was reported in Punjab on March 24 as well.

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The death in Punjab was the first death of a locally-transferred case in the country.

On March 25, another death was confirmed in the country and a 50-year-old woman died in Rawalpindi.

On March 26, a patient lost his life in a private hospital in Lahore, following which the Corona virus in the province killed 3 and a total of 9 deaths in the country.

On March 27, another patient died in Lahore due to the Corona virus, bringing the death toll to 4 in the province.

On the same day, a 22-year-old man was also confirmed dead in Faisalabad, after which five died in the province and 11 died in the country.

On March 28, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chief Minister’s Information Minister Ajmal Wazir confirmed the death of a woman, leading to 12 deaths in the country.

On March 29, five deaths were confirmed in the country, Health Minister Sindh confirmed the death of two corona virus-affected people, on the other hand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department confirmed.

On April 1, five people died of the virus in the country, bringing the number to 31.

The next day, April 2, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa confirmed a death toll, with the total number of deaths rising to 34.

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On April 3, a patient was still confirmed dead in Gilgit-Baltistan, followed by 3 deaths in Sindh, 2 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and 40 deaths.

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