In Pakistan, COVID-19 infections are declining, with 447 new cases recorded on average each day.
Pakistan’s COVID-19 positive rate fell below 1% for the second consecutive day on Sunday, for the first time since March of last year, when the government began collecting statistics on the epidemic.
This is the first time this has happened since March 2020. According to the forum’s data, the country has reported 263 new instances in the previous 24 hours, with 11 individuals succumbing to the infection.
Pakistan has continuously recorded a coronavirus positive rate of less than 2% and less than 1,000 daily infections in the recent month. Hospitalizations and daily mortality tolls have also decreased, demonstrating an overall improvement in Pakistan’s COVID-19 positive rate.
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) said on Sunday that 263 persons tested positive for the virus after 33,767 tests were performed. This is the second day in a row that the country has recorded less than 300 cases of infection in a single day.
Meanwhile, the virus claimed the lives of eleven more people, bringing the total death toll to 28,606. The overall number of cases since the start of the pandemic is 1,279,636, including 22,855 active cases.
COVID- In Pakistan, 19 infections are declining, with 447 new cases recorded on average each day. That’s 8% of the peak, which was the highest day average observed on June 17.
So far, Pakistan has provided at least 118,333,360 doses of COVID vaccination. Assuming that each individual requires two doses, that would be enough to vaccinate around 27.3 percent of the country’s population.
Pakistan reported an average of 1,053,302 doses delivered each day during the previous week. At such rate, it will take an additional 42 days to provide enough doses to cover the remaining 10% of the population.