Sindh sees major spike in COVID-19 cases

Sindh sees major spike in COVID-19 cases

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KARACHI: The Sindh province on Sunday witnessed a massive spike in COVID-19 cases after it recorded 480 fresh virus cases, including 367 from Karachi, within past 24 hours, quoting Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah.

“We have performed 11,313 cases during the day, which resulted in 480 people testing positive for the virus,” the chief minister said while giving a routine daily update on COVID-19 situation in the province.

He said that in the past 24 hours, 110 patients have recovered from a fatal infection and 4 people have lost the battle.

Murad Ali Shah detailed the overall situation of COVID-19 in the province. He said that the province has so far reported 146,331 cases of the virus, of which 2,631 have died of infection.

“We have 4,921 active COVID-19 cases in the province of which 245 are being treated at various hospitals while the remaining are self-isolating at their homes,” he said adding that 186 patients are in critical condition while 28 are on the ventilator.

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