ISLAMABAD: As many as 149 people were killed and more than 6,000 positive cases have been reported due to Coronauba today.
According to the data released by the National Command and Operations Center, 71,836 corona tests were conducted in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of covid-19 tests to 11,144,367.
Number of certified corona patients
In the last 24 hours, another 6,127 positive cases have been reported across the country. Thus, the number of certified corona patients in Pakistan has reached 756,285.
According to official statistics, so far 272,197 in Sindh, 267,572 in Punjab, 155,438 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 69,556 in Islamabad, 20,822 in Balochistan and 15,524 in Azad Kashmir. 5,176 people in Gilgit-Baltistan have been diagnosed with coronavirus.
Number of active corona patients
According to official figures, there are currently 80,243 active corona patients in the country. The condition of more than 4,000 patients is critical.
Corona death toll
In the last 24 hours, 149 more people have died from Corona across the country, bringing the total number of deaths from the epidemic to 16,243.
Number of recovering patients
According to the NCOC, 4,527 patients recovered from Corona in one day, bringing the number of patients to 659,483.
Corona virus and precautions
Taking these precautions against the coronavirus can make it easier to win the war against the epidemic. Some time in the morning should be spent in the sun, do not sit with the rooms closed, but open the doors and windows and let the light sun come into the rooms. Instead of running the AC in closed rooms, sit in the fan air.
UV rays in the sun’s rays affect the proteins that emerge on the outer structure of the virus and weaken the virus. High temperatures or heat have no effect on the virus, but high UV rays weaken the virus.
Heat water and place in a thermos and drink half a cup of lukewarm water every hour. The virus first infects the throat and from there reaches the lungs. Using hot water, the virus travels from the throat to the stomach, where the virus becomes inactive.