- Pakistan experiences coronavirus positivity charge of three.27% Wednesday morning.
- The final time the positivity charge was 3% was on June 17.
- Nationwide Command and Operation Centre says 1,517 new COVID-19 instances detected in final 24 hours.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s coronavirus positivity charge handed the three% mark Wednesday morning for the primary time within the final 20 days.
The nation recorded a positivity charge of three.27%. The final time the positivity charge was 3% was on June 17.
One other 17 folks died from coronavirus in Pakistan on Wednesday, knowledge by the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre confirmed.
Based on the newest statistics by the NCOC, 46,287 COVID-19 checks had been performed throughout the nation within the final 24 hours, out of which 1,517 folks examined constructive for the an infection.
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The entire variety of deaths from the virus to date stands at 22,469 and the entire variety of instances has reached 966,007, whereas 909,525 folks have recovered from the virus to date. The energetic variety of instances are 34,013.
Statistics present solely 3.5% of Pakistan’s inhabitants vaccinated to date
Regardless of the federal government’s marketing campaign to vaccinate as many individuals as potential in opposition to the novel coronavirus, solely 3.5% of the inhabitants within the nation has been inoculated to date.
Based on a report by Geo Information, to date, solely 3.5% of the 100 million folks eligible for the anti-coronavirus vaccine have been absolutely vaccinated, the report mentioned.
Based on knowledge launched by the NCOC, a complete of 17,390,346 vaccine jabs have been offered throughout the nation as of July 6.
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Statistics present that greater than 14% of the inhabitants has been partially vaccinated, whereas 290,377 vaccine jabs had been administered throughout the nation on July 5.
NCOC warns of strict restrictions amid violations of COVID-19 SOPs
On Monday, the NCOC had warned of strict restrictions because it noticed violation of coronavirus SOPs in a number of sectors following the relief of curbs.
The NCOC’s warning got here throughout a gathering, with Federal Minister for Planning and Growth Asad Umar within the chair, an announcement from the discussion board mentioned.
The discussion board expressed severe issues over the violation of SOPs at eating places, in-door gymnasiums, marriage halls, transportation, markets, vacationer spots, amongst different sectors.