Coronavirus takes 63 lives in Pakistan, leaves 4322 infected 1

Coronavirus takes 63 lives in Pakistan, leaves 4322 infected


Lahore: Pakistan reported 63 new deaths from the coronavirus on Thursday, and the total number has risen to 4,322.

According to detailed information, 2171 patients were tested positive in Punjab, 1036 in Sind, 560 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 213 in Gilgit-Baltistan and Bal Luchi 212, Islamabad 102 and Azad Kashmir 28.

So far, 572 patients have recovered in the country, 25 of whom are in critical condition.

The biggest challenge for those in need: Prime Minister Imran

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that as of April 9, a total of Rs 12,000 will be shared among 12 million families at 17,000 different points. He guarantees that the distribution of resources to the deserved families will be based solely on merit, transparency and non-political nature. May come.

The prime minister insisted that the Essas plan had no political influence because the data was collected digitally.

Imran Khan went on to say that the Corona Tiger Rescue Force has two main goals: to identify those who need help and identify those who need isolation.

He said, “Army volunteers will try to find people who cannot register through the cash payment plan via text message.”

Warm weather does not affect the spread of the coronavirus: Dr. Zafar

Minister of State, Health Zafar Mirza clarified that global warming will not affect the spread of the coronavirus.

During a conversation with the media outside the Supreme Court, Dr. Zafar Mirza theorized that it is warming again or preventing the spread of the coronavirus, and said the government is working hard to stop the spread of the epidemic.

He also said that the number of deaths and infections from coronavirus in Pakistan was lower than expected.

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