1648 new cases of corona virus in Sindh

Another 1648 cases of corona virus have been reported in Sindh while no one has died due to this epidemic.

On his daily statement on the status of corona virus, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said that 13,219 samples were tested in the last 24 hours out of which 1648 new cases were reported.

He said no deaths had been reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths in the province to 7,691.

The Chief Minister said that 145 more patients have recovered today after which the number of people recovering from the epidemic in the province has risen to 469,353.

Murad Ali Shah said that a total of 72 lakh 95 thousand 420 samples have been tested in the province out of which 490 thousand 285 cases have been reported.

The Chief Minister Sindh said that at present 13 thousand 241 patients of Corona virus are undergoing treatment in the province out of which 12 thousand 940 are in homes, 122 in isolation centers and 179 patients are undergoing treatment in different hospitals.

He said that the condition of 172 patients was reported to be critical while 14 patients were on ventilators.

According to the Chief Minister, out of 1648 new cases in the province, 1405 cases are related to Karachi, out of which 540 cases were reported from Eastern District, 334 from District, 228 from Central District, 111 from Malir, 101 from West District and 91 from Korangi.

Similarly, other districts of Sindh include Hyderabad 85, Nowshero Feroze 24, Tando Muhammad Khan 18, Jamshoro and Matiari 15-15, Badin 13, Tharparkar 12, Tando Allahyar 11, Sanghar and Thatta 8-8, Larkana and Umerkot 5-5, Mirpur Khas and Shaheed Benazirabad 4-4, Ghotki 3, Sukkur 2 while Dadu, Khairpur and Shikapur 1-1 new cases came to light.

According to the Sindh Chief Minister, 191,729 people have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of vaccinated people in the province to 31,121,241.


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