Sindh reports 513 new COVID-19 cases, 11 deaths

KARACHI: The novel COVID-19 has claimed 11 more lives and infected at least 513 people during the past 24 hours in Sindh province.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said that in the last 24 hours, the provincial health authorities conducted 8742 tests out of which 513 came out positive.

Murad Ali Shah further said Sindh’s tally has reached 118824. The health officials have tested 718548 people for COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.
He informed that currently, 8182 people are under treatment for COVID-19. He added that out of these 422 patients are in critical condition, while 67 patients are on ventilators.

Speaking about the recoveries, Shah said today 1077 people recovered from the novel virus. So far, 108480 people have recovered from the infection, the chief minister added.

On Monday, a weekly report has released that Pakistan reported a total of 9,206 new cases during the last week, showing a decline of 30 percent week over week in new cases.
The new cases have slopped down our new cases from a peak of 40,807 cases that were reported in seven days or an average of 5,829 cases registered per day during mid-June.
While 243 lives were lost during the week, the number is 37 percent down from 333 deaths that reported a week earlier.
The number of tests during the week stood at 149K or around 21K tests on average per day, which is slightly down from 155K tests we conducted in total a week earlier.
Of new cases during the week, Sindh contributed around 57 percent or 5,304 cases during the week; which is high as regional standard but was down almost 30 percent from 7,474 new cases that the province reported during a week earlier.
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