COVID-19: 1,028 coronavirus infected people recovered in Pakistan

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LAHORE: According to the National Command and Operation Centre’s latest statistics, a total of 1,028 patients were recovered whereas the confirmed coronavirus infected people in Pakistan on Saturday surged to 5,230 and 91 died from the deadly COVID-19 virus.

According to the details, 192 new cases of COVID-19 were reported across the country during the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, several patients are now recovering from the deadly virus.

Six more people have been died on Sunday due to novel coronavirus.

According to details, Punjab still on the top of the list with 2,464 cases, 1,411 in Sindh, 744 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 228 in Balochistan, 224 in Gilgit Baltistan, 119 in Islamabad and 40 confirmed coronavirus infected people were reported in Azad Kashmir.

High-level meeting

Prime Minister Imran Khan Sunday chaired a high-level meeting through video link to review situation in the aftermath of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the steps to control its spread besides, considering the strategy to ensure continuity in the industrial and economic activities and future planning.

The meeting was attended by federal ministers including Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar, Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan, Makhdoom Khusru Bakhtiar, Asad Umar, Ijaz Ahmed Shah, Omar Ayub, Hamad Azhar, Syed Fakhar Imam, PM’s advisor Abdul Razak Dawood, PM’s special assistants Dr Moeed Yousaf, Dr Zafar Mirza, barrister Shahzad Akbar, Tania Adrius, focal person on coronavirus Dr Faisal, chairman National Disaster Management Authority and senior officials, PM office media wing in a press release said.

Recommendations finalized

A meeting of National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) was Sunday held presided by Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar has finalised recommendations for containing the coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan which will be presented in the next session of National Coordination Committee (NCC).

During the meeting of NCOC the participants discussed further steps to curb spread of COVID-19.


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