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COVID-19 statistics for Pakistan

Total Cases

69496

4.37%

New Cases

3039

Total Deaths

1483

2.13%

Total Recovered

25271

36.36%

Active Cases

42742

61.50%

Critical Cases

111

0.16%

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CoronaVirus charts for Pakistan

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Coronavirus statistics for Pakistan

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Pakistan 69496 3039 1483 88 25271 42742 111 315

COVID-19 Latest News for Pakistan:

15 hours ago
Masks on Leatherneck Square: Virus changes Marine training
Daily Times - Pakistan

The booming shouts of the rain-soaked Marine recruits echo across Leatherneck Square training field, barely muffled by their masks. And as they jog by, belting out responses to drill instructors in a rhythmic cadence, the white fabric across their faces is the only telltale sign of the coronavirus&#...


15 hours ago
Robomedic is the droid Antwerp hospital was looking for
Daily Times - Pakistan

When Belgian patients fear they have caught coronavirus and head to Antwerp University Hospital, the first face they see isn’t a masked triage nurse — but a one-eyed vaguely humanoid robot. The device, built by Belgian-firm Zorabots, greets arrivals and reads a QR code — a digital...


15 hours ago
Russia struggles to keep up in race for virus vaccine
Daily Times - Pakistan

When Russian scientists boasted that they had tested a coronavirus vaccine on themselves, reactions ranged from praise of their commitment, to outrage over their methods. Their actions hint at a difficult reality for Russian policymakers — the country is no longer the vaccine developer it was...


15 hours ago
Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic
Daily Times - Pakistan

With air kisses and palms clasped, elderly patients in Madrid greet medics who come to check them at home during the coronavirus pandemic despite the risks involved. “I don’t know if it’s right to say it but I’ve had little fear,” primary care nurse Ana Arenal told Reuters...


15 hours ago
Red light: Mexican coronavirus restart hits speed bumps
Daily Times - Pakistan

Mexico faces a sluggish exit from coronavirus lockdown as government guidance on next week’s planned easing of restrictions showed on Friday that nearly the entire country was still stuck in the highest red phase of contagion alert. From June 1, the government had planned to start reopening the...


15 hours ago
South Africa has virus testing backlog of nearly 100,000
Daily Times - Pakistan

South Africa says it has a backlog of nearly 100,000 unprocessed tests for the coronavirus, a striking example of the painful shortage of testing kits and reagents across Africa as cases steadily rise. “This challenge is caused by the limited availability of test kits globally,” the health...


18 hours ago
Virus could lead more states to OK sports, online betting
Daily Times - Pakistan

The coronavirus pandemic could lead to a quicker expansion of sports betting and internet gambling in the U.S. as states deal with huge budget deficits and look for new tax revenue wherever they can find it. Most major sports remain shut down due to the virus, but European soccer and Asian baseball...


18 hours ago
No rugby for world champion as South Africa maintains ban
Daily Times - Pakistan

CAPE TOWN: The South African government maintained a ban on all contact sports competitions on Saturday because of the coronavirus, meaning the country’s professional rugby teams and its world champion Springboks will remain out of action. The announcement by sports minister Nathi Mthethwa came...


18 hours ago
UEFA mulls Champions League final host away from Istanbul
Daily Times - Pakistan

UEFA is planning to move the Champions League final away from Istanbul and is considering other locations as planning and scheduling is shaken up by the coronavirus pandemic. The UEFA executive committee will meet on June 17 to examine the findings of a working group that has been assessing how to complete...


18 hours ago
French clubs can play friendlies in July before new Ligue 1
Daily Times - Pakistan

PARIS: French clubs can play friendlies in July with a view to starting the new soccer season in August, the league said on Friday. The remaining men´s and women´s matches this season were canceled in April due to the coronavirus pandemic. But Germany restarted the Bundesliga two weeks ago and the...

1 day ago
Pakistan lifts ban on international flights
Daily Times - Pakistan

Pakistan has decided to allow international flights to resume, an aviation official said on Friday, after largely closing its airspace to commercial flights since March to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. “Both national and foreign airlines shall be allowed to operate from all international...


1 day ago
Nationwide tally of coronavirus crosses 65,000; 1,359 lives lost
Daily Times - Pakistan

The nationwide tally of Covid-19 patients jumped to 65,059 on Friday, with 22,964 cases reported in Punjab, 26,113 in Sindh, 9,067 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 3,928 in Balochistan, 660 in Gilgit Baltistan, 2,100 in Islamabad and 227 in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The virus has claimed at least 1,359 lives while...


1 day ago
PM stresses need to ensure financial discipline, speed up reforms agenda
Daily Times - Pakistan

Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday emphasized upon the need of continuing with the process of institutional reforms and ensuring financial discipline so as to consolidate the process of stabilizing economy while simultaneously providing possible relief to the people. He was chairing a meeting here to...


1 day ago
WHO, 37 countries launch alliance to share tools to battle COVID-19
Daily Times - Pakistan

Thirty-seven countries and the World Health Organization (WHO) appealed on Friday for common ownership of vaccines, medicines and diagnostic tools to tackle the global coronavirus pandemic, taking aim at patent laws they fear could become a barrier to sharing crucial supplies. While the push by mostly...


1 day ago
COVID 19: govt’s frivolousness puts people’s lives at risk
Daily Times - Pakistan

Non seriousness of the federal and provincial authorities of Pakistan to adequate medical care and protective measures against COVID-19 put the entire nation at stake. And the obligation to uphold access to healthcare and ensure the food provision for everyone, were also remained merely claims from...


1 day ago
COVID-19: Malik checks status of Senate body’s recommendations
Daily Times - Pakistan

Senator A Rehman Malik, chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior, has reviewed the status of implementation on the 37-point recommendations of the committee with reference to Anti-Corona National Action Plan to control the spread of coronavirus in Pakistan. The report received on 8th May...


1 day ago
UK provides £4.39m more to help Pakistan fight against coronavirus
Daily Times - Pakistan

The United Kingdom is providing assistance to Pakistan in fight to stop spread of coronavirus and mitigate its impacts, by helping the most vulnerable and boosting wider public health communications. This latest £4.39m package of support will help provide comprehensive support to fight the coronavirus...


1 day ago
31 patients of coronavirus died, 804 new cases emerged, 1,563 recovered: Sindh CM
Daily Times - Pakistan

As many as 31 more patients of coronavirus died during the last 24 hours which is the highest figure since March 19 when first death was reported while 804 new cases emerged rising the tally to 26113. This was disclosed by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in a statement issued here on Friday...


1 day ago
Stick or twist? Investors face coronavirus-induced property dilemma
Daily Times - Pakistan

The coronavirus pandemic has emptied offices and shuttered shops but filled warehouses and highlighted demand for work-from-home spaces, leaving investors wondering if they should flee real estate or double down on their bets. Property has long been a staple of a balanced investment portfolio, favoured...


1 day ago
Australia scheduled to return to action with Zimbabwe ODIs in August
Daily Times - Pakistan

Australia could return to international action in August with a three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe penciled into the schedule in the northern parts of the country. The series, which like all Australia’s fixtures for the 2020-21 season which have been announced is subject to change dependent on...

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