ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has seen a drop in new COVID-19 cases as the country recorded less than 3,000 daily illnesses on Monday morning, for the first time since July 25.
According to the latest figures from the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), Pakistan reported 2,988 new infections in the last 24 hours, forcing a total of 1,207,508 payment cases in total.
Prior to this, the daily census was rife between 3,000-4,000 months.
According to figures provided by the NCOC, Pakistan conducted 53 158 coronavirus tests in the last 24 hours.
Pakistan’s resilience rate stands at 5.62% from today. As of August 24, Pakistan’s confidence level has been below 7% in 19 of 21 days.
The number of active cases stands at 90,545.
In the last 24 hours, 67 people have lost their lives to the virus, bringing the death toll to 26,787, and the number of people receiving treatment stands at 1,090,176.
COVID-19 infections are on the decline in Pakistan, with 3,602 new infections reported each day. That is 61% of the maximum – the highest daily rate reported on June 17.
Pakistan has provided at least 67,342,288 doses of the COVID vaccine to date. Assuming everyone needs 2 doses, that is enough to vaccinate about 15.5% of the world’s population.
Last week it was reported that Pakistan had an estimated 1,111,814 doses administered each day. At that rate, it will take another 39 days to manage enough doses for another 10% of the population.