6,472 New Cases, 88 Deaths Reported in 24 Hours

Pakistan registered highest single-day rise in Coronavirus cases yesterday, for third consecutive day in a row as 6,472 new cases emerged from across the country. Number of tests per day also reached all time high figure of around 30,000; that’s almost double the capacity we had before Eid.

Of new cases, 2,428 cases were reported from Sindh only, while Punjab reported 2,705 new cases in a single day. Both provinces also tested highest number of samples yesterday.

KP, Islamabad and Balochistan added 628, 464 and 193 new cases respectively. A total of 88 patients died of coronavirus related complications yesterday, of which 48 deaths were reported in Punjab only.

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