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COVID-19 claims further 84 lives in Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Further 84 people succumbed to COVID-19 across Pakistan in the last 24 hours, taking the death toll to 21,189.

The latest statistics released by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Saturday morning showed that 50,393 people were tested for Coronavirus on June 4, and 1,923 of them were found positive showing a ratio of 3.81%.

To date, a total of 930,511 Coronavirus Cases have been reported in the Country since the beginning. However, 860,385 COVID-19 patients have now recuperated.

Still 48,937 patients remain under treatment across the Country and 3,452 of them are in critical condition.

Province-wise COVID-19 positivity ratio on May 4, 2021;

Punjab – 1.86%

Sindh – 6.19%

KPK – 4.03%

Islamabad – 2.58%

Balochistan – 6.84%

Azad Kashmir – 10.08%

Gilgit-Baltistan – 1.81%

So far, the highest number of infections and fatalities has surfaced in Punjab wherein 341,789 people have contracted the virus and 10,241 have lost their lives.

In Sindh, 322,350 people have so far tested positive and 5,105 have died of the infection.

Likewise, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has so far recorded 134,072 Coronavirus Cases and 4,135 deaths, Islamabad 81,626 Cases and 763 deaths, Balochistan 25,589 Cases and 287 deaths, Azad Kashmir 19,456 Cases and 551 deaths, and Gilgit-Baltistan 5,629 Cases and 107 deaths.

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