ISLAMABAD: For the primary time in almost four months, Pakistan reported a COVID-19 rate of but 4% on Sunday morning.
The country’s recovery rate currently stands at 3.98% from Sunday morning, per data from the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC).
Pakistan last reported a mean of COVID-19 positivity at 3.9% on June 3.
According to the most recent NCOC figures, 44,712 tests were conducted within the last 24 hours across the country, of which 1 780 were recovered.
Meanwhile, 42 people were infected with the coronavirus simultaneously within the country, pushing the price from the virus to 27,566.
According to NCOC data, with the addition of 1,780 new diseases, the entire number of cases worldwide has risen to 1,238,668.
In addition, 3,090 people became infected within the last 24 hours. To date, another 1,160,412 patients have recovered from the world’s diseases. While the amount of active cases currently stands at 5,069.
Last day, the amount of active coronavirus cases in Pakistan dropped to but 60,000 for the primary time in almost two months, official data showed on Saturday morning.
The number of active cases within the country has dropped to 52,042. The country last reported 59 761 active cases on July 29.
Active cases have consistently fallen for over per week with new acquisitions surpassing new cases reported daily. Among the active cases, 4,267 patients are under medical aid.