Pakistan’s COVID-19 count crosses 700 after over 230 more cases reported in last 24 hours
KARACHI: Pakistan on Saturday saw its count of novel coronavirus cases move to 729 after upwards of 260 more COVID-19 cases rose in the nation since Friday evening, ARY News detailed.
Sindh has so far announced the most noteworthy number of 396 coronavirus cases.
An aggregate of 137 affirmed instances of the COVID-19 have been identified in Punjab, 103 in Balochistan, 27 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 55 in Gilgit Baltistan, ten in Islamabad and one in Azad Jammu and Kashmir as of the finish of day on Saturday.
So far three individuals have kicked the bucket from the contamination while five have been discharged from medical clinic after full recuperation.
A representative for the Sindh government, Murtaza Wahab prior today said an opportunity to take some extreme choices has come.
Preparation on the present gathering of the common team on the coronavirus, he tweeted: “CM Sindh has talked about with Governor Sindh, Corps Commander Khi, DG Rangers and IG Sindh to guarantee full execution of Govt’s choice of keeping individuals at their homes. #SindhGovt will guarantee that basic food item and clinical shops stay open.”