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Pakistan has seemed to overcome the brunt of the novel coronavirus, however, cases are on the rise again after the second wave.

Pakistan has recorded slight ascent in Covid-19 cases as the nation detailed 548 new COVID-19 cases during the most recent 24 hours when contrasted with the cases announced during the previous days.

With 548 new cases, the count rose to a total of 303,089. The infection took three additional lives during these recent 48 hours, pushing the loss of life to 6,393. In any event 290,760 patients have recouped from the destructive infection up until now. Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) has re­ported 23 new coronavi­rus cases during the previous 24 hours, taking the count to 2,389. As per authorities, no patient succumbed to the illness. So far 65 individuals have lost their lives due to Covid-19 in the locale.

Sindh has reported 205 cases, 3 new passings from Covid-19. Upwards of 205 new instances of the Covid have been affirmed in Sindh, taking the provincial count to 131,880. Three additional individuals lost their carries on with because of the infection, with the general commonplace loss of life ris­ing to 2,443. Sums of 13,797 tests were car­ried out in Sindh.

79 cases were accounted for in the capital. In the interim, GB detailed 33 cases and one demise during this period. Punjab has revealed 69 coronavi­rus cases and one passing during the most recent 24 hours. The common complete has expanded to 97,602 while the loss of life is 2,215. Then, Paki­stan will be participat­ing in stage 3 preliminaries of a Chinese-created antibody for crown vi­rus. Clergyman for Plan­ning, Asad Umar, said in a tweet on Saturday that the preliminaries in Paki­stan will begin in around 10 days time.

The virus is far from over, as schools such as Ripah Medical College have been closed due to 16 students contracting the virus. Although the virus is on a decline currently, the zero tolerance shown to SOPs and lack of following safety procedures may make the nation susceptible to the feared 3rd wave.

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