ISLAMABAD: As the country faces growing cases of COVID-19 amid a second wave of coronavirus, Pakistan is recording more deaths in one day on Tuesday with 89 new figures 24 hours ago, according to data released by the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC).
To date, Pakistan has reported 2,885 new infections in the last 24 hours, taking the figure to 423,179 – of which 44,218 cases are active. However, at least 2,486 patients are under intensive care and 336 are breathing.
Amid growing concerns from authorities, the effective detection rate of coronavirus increased to 8.58%, with the highest COVID-19 rate detected in Karachi as 21.80% of PCR tests performed 24 hours ago were detected by SARS -CoV-2.
Mirpur reported a confidence level of 18.31%, followed by 16% in Muzaffarabad.
On the other hand, Hyderabad’s confidence level dropped to 9.15% and Lahore to 5.98%. Meanwhile, Rawalpindi recorded 8.51% and 14.91%.
Both Sindh and Punjab recorded the deaths of 41 people and six were killed by coronavirus in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and one in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan have reported no deaths in the last 24 hours.
Overall, Sindh has the highest probability of 13.87%, AJK second with 9.77%, followed closely by KP with 9.67% while Balochistan reported 8.68%, Islamabad 4.88%, Punjab 4% and -GB 2.78%.
The country reported 13,932 new acquisitions in the last 24 hours – 12,214 reported in the Punjab – an increase of 370,474.
In an effort to reduce recent cases, the provincial government has imposed face masks in public places, restricted 300 public gatherings, banned house weddings, closed places of worship, cinemas and theaters, and ordered public and private offices to adopt home policy and policy. 50% accommodation.
All provinces have also banned domestic food and limited time for markets, shops and supermarkets. Most parts of the country are covered by smart lockdowns.