ISLAMABAD: The condition of COVID-19 is deteriorating in Pakistan as more than 95 people have lost their lives due to the virus that existed across the country, the highest number of people who died in one day during the fourth wave of the epidemic.
Pakistan had previously registered 131 people who died on May 20.
According to data from the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) showed on Saturday morning, with new deaths, the national death toll COVID-19 reached 23,797.
Pakistan reported 4,720 new infections on Saturday, forcing the total number of conviction cases to reach 1,063.125. NCOC data showed that 57 233 trials were taken in the last 24 hours to test COVID-19.
However, another 959,491 patients have recovered so far, with a total of 79,837 active cases.
It is worth mentioning here that the infection has increased significantly in Pakistan in recent days, with the prevalence rate currently at 8.24%.
Earlier this week, the COVID-19 positivity ratio dropped by more than 9% for the first time in almost three months. The country last recorded a correction of coronavirus positivity of 9.12% on May 10.