In Karachi and Hyderabad, the COVID-19 positive ratio has increased


It was found that more than ten percent of the persons who were tested for COVID-19 had a positive result, and it was found that this rate has increased in both Karachi and Hyderabad.

On Monday, the total number of cases being handled at the national level progressively increased from one day to the next. This upward trend continued throughout the week. Throughout the week, this pattern persisted.

According to the information provided by the National Institute of Health (NIH), on June 20, a total of 11,212 tests were carried out, resulting in a successful ratio of 1.53 percent.

This information can be found in a report created by the NIH. The information that was discussed before was made available to the public. In addition, on that day, a total of 171 cases of sickness were recorded after they were reported to medical professionals.

The virus was not to blame for any of the fatalities that had occurred in the previous twenty-four hours before that moment, even though there were 57 individuals in critical care at the time.

According to the information collected and analyzed, Hyderabad had the highest ratio, which came in at 16.67. After this, Karachi, located in Sindh, came in second with 10.08 percent, and Mirpur, located in Azad Kashmir, came in third with 5.26 percent.

3.39 percent of individuals in Mardan tested positive for the coronavirus, 2.27 percent of people in Islamabad, 1.2 percent in Abbottabad, and 1 percent in Lahore.

Read: Pakistan reports an increase in daily COVID-19 cases

Since the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020, Pakistan has reported 1,532,153 cases, and there are now 3,369 patients who are actively being treated throughout the country.

The infectious sickness has been linked to the deaths of 30,383 people, whereas there have been 1,498,401 people who have completely recovered from the condition. The total number of people throughout the country who have received all necessary immunizations is 124,721,404.

COVID-19 instances are on the increase in Islamabad at the moment.

The COVID-19 positive rate in Islamabad has topped 4 percent, and the city is seeing a “continuous rise” in the number of coronavirus infections, according to remarks issued by district health officials on Sunday.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) revealed that after conducting diagnostic tests on a total of 1,098 samples, it was confirmed that 45 persons were infected with the virus.

According to statistics provided by the NIH, the percentage of people in Pakistan who tested positive for COVID-19 has remained over the threshold of one percent for two days in a row. At the same time, there has been a slight rise in the number of newly reported cases.

Over the last twenty-four hours, diagnostic examinations were performed on 11,663 samples situated in various parts of the country. The overall number of positive findings from these tests came in at 152, bringing the positivity ratio for COVID-19 up to 1.3 percent.

In addition, doctors believe that 55 of the patients infected with the virus are in a critical state regarding their health.

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