Pakistan’s Covid positivity ratio drops to ‘all-time low’ since first wave

10:52 AM | 12 Apr, 2022
Pakistan’s Covid positivity ratio drops to ‘all-time low’ since first wave
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ISLAMABAD – Pakistan reported only 62 novel coronavirus cases in last 24 hours as the positivity ration dropped to all-time low since the first wave of the infection erupted in 2020.

According to the National Institute of Health, 21,437 COVID-19 tests were conducted across the country in the last 24 hours and positivity ration recorded at 0.28%.

Furthermore, Pakistan reported no COVID-19 related deaths last week for the first time in two years, the top health body said on Twitter.

According to the NIH, “Alhamdulillah, no COVID-related death was reported last week. This improvement happened for the first time in over 2 years!”

On March 31, Pakistan has officially closed down NCOC, the nerve centre of the anti-coronavirus strategy, in light of drop in new Covid cases in South Asian country.

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