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Coronavirus in Pakistan, 33 deaths in and total 2291 cases

DJ Kamal Mustafa

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So far 69 cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Pakistan while 5 deaths have been reported in total.

 

Coronavirus in Pakistan has killed five more people today, bringing the death toll to 33 while the total number of cases has increased to 2291 after more cases have come out.

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So far, 11 deaths have been reported in Punjab, 11 in Sindh, 10 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, one in Gilgit-Baltistan 3 and one in Balochistan.

The situation of today’s coronavirus cases in Pakistan

So far 69 cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Pakistan today and 5 deaths have been reported, out of which 2 have been reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, one each in Punjab, Sindh, and Gilgit-Baltistan.

So far 34 cases have been reported in Sindh, 23 cases in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, one case in Gilgit 3, one case in Gilgit 3, 5 in Balochistan, and 4 in Islamabad.

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Sindh

Provincial Health Minister Dr. Obra Pechoho confirmed another death toll today in the province on Thursday, bringing the total death toll to 10 in Sindh.

The 65-year-old patient from Tando Mohammed Khan was shifted to a hospital in Hyderabad on March 28, after which Corona’s test came out positive when the transplant patient was a member of the Tablighi group, the provincial health minister said.

In addition, according to the Health Department summary, 34 cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Sindh till now, after which the total number of cases has increased to 743 in the province.

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According to the summary, 17 cases were reported in Karachi, Hyderabad 9, Shaheed Benazir Abad 6, and 2 in Jamshoro while all the cases were from the local transmission.

Of the 10 deaths so far in Sindh, 9 were in Karachi city.

According to the Health Department, 54 people have been recovered from the Coronavirus across Sindh so far.

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 23 Corona cases and two more deaths have been reported till now, after which the total number of cases in the province has increased to 276 and the death toll has increased to 8.

Of the 2 Coronavirus patients, one is from Binu and one from Nowshera.

Provincial Health Minister Taimur Khan Jhagra confirm the deaths and new cases.

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According to a summary issued by the provincial health minister, 29 patients have recovered from the virus till now.

Punjab

Another death has been reported in Punjab from the Coronavirus on Thursday, which was reported on the official portal, but the provincial government has not yet confirmed the death.

According to the official portal, the total number of deaths in the province has increased to 11.

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A further 137 cases of Coronavirus were reported in Punjab on Wednesday, bringing the total number to 845 in the province and one person was killed.

An 83-year-old man was killed by a Coronavirus in Rawalpindi on Wednesday.

Out of the 11 deaths from Corona in Punjab, four have been killed in Lahore, 4 in Rawalpindi, 4 in Rahim Yar Khan, and one each in Faisalabad.

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However, the city has not been identified in the casualties reported on the official portal.

 

Balochistan

In Balochistan, four more Coronavirus cases have been reported today, which have been reported on the government portal but the cases have not been confirmed by the provincial government.

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According to Balochistan government spokesman Liaquat Shahwani, 17 people have recovered in the province while one person has been killed in Corona till now.

 

Islamabad

On Thursday, four more cases have been reported in Islamabad which has been reported on the official portal.

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According to the portal, the total number of cases in the federal capital has increased to 62.

 

Gilgit-Baltistan

Today, Thursday, 3 more cases of Coronavirus have been reported in Gilgit-Baltistan, which has been reported on the official portal.

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In addition, the Gilgit-Baltistan Department of Information has confirmed another death toll from Corona in the area, after which the total death toll has increased to 3.

 

Gilgit-Baltistan Department of Information has reported a total of 184 cases, thus there is a difference of 3 numbers between the portal and departmental information.

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So far the Coronavirus deaths in Gilgit-Baltistan include Dr. Osama, who was diagnosed with the virus.

So far 6 patients have recovered from the Coronavirus in Gilgit-Baltistan.

 

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Azad Kashmir

Three more cases of Coronavirus were reported in Azad Kashmir on Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 9.

Azad Kashmir Minister of Health confirmed the cases, while Deputy Commissioner Sardar Khalid Mahmood said two corona patients belong to Bhimber, one of whom is a 12-year-old girl and one from the UK coming from a virus.

According to the deputy commissioner, even in Indira Gandhi, a corona test came out positive.

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It should be noted that even in Azad Kashmir, the Coronavirus has been locked down for three weeks from March 24 to prevent the spread of the virus.

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DJ Kamal Mustafa is a Music Producer, DJ, Pakistani Filmmaker, and Journalist. Has Made six Animated Films and Released 18 Music Albums for Pakistani and Bollywood Celebrities. The latest animated film on Cyber Awareness has been released by DJ Kamal Mustafa, a project for NR3C.GOV.PK (National Response Center For Cyber Crime) FIA Cyber Crime Wing. I have been featured in The News, Geo News, Dunya News, Gulf News, Global Village Space, and in many newspapers and news blogs. I am writing for Pakistan Today, Times of India, Capital TV, Daily Times, and other news outlets.

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