Sindh reported 15 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, bringing the total of the province to 267.
According to the Sindh Health Bureau, new cases were reported among pilgrims in Takutan who were isolated in Sukkur.
The confirmed case in Pakistan is now 519.
A day ago, Pakistan registered a third coronavirus death. The first is in Sindh.
Sindh Health Minister Azra Fazal Pechuho has confirmed the death of a 77-year-old COVID-19 patient in the province.
The minister said that the patient was a cancer survivor and had diabetes and high blood pressure when infected. She added that the patient had no history of travel or exposure, meaning they were infected with the community virus.
Officials said two patients died earlier this week who tested positive for KP coronavirus. However, both have traveled in countries affected by the outbreak. Sindh patients who died Friday were the first virus deaths in the region.
Sindh remains the country’s most affected province, with 267 confirmed cases of the virus. There are 96 cases in Punjab, 23 cases in KP, 92 cases in Balochistan Province, 10 cases in Islamabad and 30 confirmed cases in GB.
185 countries are affected worldwide and the disease has spread rapidly to new areas, killing more than 10,000 people and infecting more than 253,000 people. The focus of the epidemic has now shifted to Europe, especially Italy, where new cases and deaths are increasing rapidly every day.