Coronavirus which causes more than 59000 deaths worldwide, is spreading rapidly in Pakistan. The total number of Coronavirus cases in Pakistan has risen to 2708. The death toll due to coronavirus in Pakistan rises to 40.
The number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan was 4 until 29th February, but after that, it started spreading rapidly in Pakistan and now it has affected 2708 people in Pakistan. 40 of them have died. Most cases are locally transferred from one person to another.
According to the statistics, Punjab province is the worst affected by a coronavirus. The number of coronavirus patients in Punjab has risen to 1069. The death toll due to coronavirus in Punjab has risen to 11. Similarly, the number of coronavirus cases in Sindh has risen to 839, but the deaths in the Sindh due to coronavirus are highest in the country and the death toll has risen to 14. 12 deaths out of 14 reported in Karachi.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa where the number of cases has reached 343 while the death toll has risen to 11. The number of coronavirus cases in Balochistan has risen to 175 and the death toll is one in Balochistan. Talking about the areas other than the provinces, 75 victims have been affected in Islamabad, 193 cases and 3 deaths in Gilgit-Baltistan while 11 people have been affected in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
4th April New Cases in Pakistan
Today (4th April), new cases reported in Islamabad and Gilgit Baltistan.
Islamabad reports 7 new cases. The number of coronavirus cases in Islamabad has risen to 75 in Islamabad.
Gilgit Baltistan reports 3 new cases. The number of coronavirus cases in Gilgit Baltistan has risen to 193 in Gilgit Baltistan.
Coronavirus deaths in Pakistan:
The first death due to Coronavirus was reported on March 18 in Pakistan. On same day 2nd death was also reported. These two deaths were reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
On 20th March a death reported in Karachi and total death has risen to 3 in Pakistan. In KPK one more patient lost his life due to coronavirus on 22nd March.
On the same day, Gilgit Baltistan reports a death due to Coronavirus. A doctor who was treating coronavirus patients in GB lost his life. Balochistan reports a death due to coronavirus on 23rd March. Punjab reports first death due to COVID-19 on March 24th. The death in Punjab was the first death of a local case in Pakistan. Punjab reports one more death on 25th March in Rawalpindi. A 50 years old woman died in Rawalpindi.
On March 26th, a patient lost his life in a private hospital in Lahore, following which the Coronavirus in the province killed 3 and a total of 9 deaths in the country.
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Friday, March 27, another patient died in Lahore due to the Coronavirus, bringing the death toll to 4 in the province.
On the same day, Faisalabad reports a death due to coronavirus. A 22-year-old man died in Faisalabad on 27th March. After that death toll has risen to 5 in Punjab. The death toll due to coronavirus has risen to 11 in Pakistan.
On March 28, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Chief Minister’s Information Minister Ajmal Wazir confirmed the death of a woman, leading to 12 deaths in the country.
As per official website data, Sindh reports the new case of Corona death on 28th March and the total deaths due to coronavirus in Pakistan have risen to 13.
On 29 March, A spokesman of health department Sindh confirmed the death of 2 more coronavirus patients in the province. With these two new deaths, the death toll in Sindh has increased to 3.
On 30 March Pakistan reports 7 new deaths due to coronavirus. The death toll due to coronavirus has risen to 25 in Pakistan.
At the end of the month of March, 2 people died of the virus and the death toll rose to 26.
On April 1, five people died in the country due to the virus, which brought the number to 31 while the number of victims reached 2238.
On 2nd April Sindh and KPK report 2 deaths cases each. After which the death toll has risen to 34 in Pakistan.
On April 3, Gilgit-Baltistan reports one death, followed by 3 deaths in Sindh, 2 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and the death toll has risen to 40.