ISLAMABAD: Coronavirus pandemic during last 24 hours has claimed 75 more lives in Pakistan as well as 2,751 more infections were reported nation-wide by authority at the helm of affairs.
With 75 more COVID-19 fatalities reported in the country the death toll surged to 5,058, and with 2,751 new infections confirmed nation-wide the toll of infections jumped to 243,599.
The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), has confirmed 243,599 coronavirus infections in the country as well as it reported 5,058 deaths due to COVID-19.
According to latest figure displayed on National Coronavirus Dashboard of NCOC on July 10, Friday 10:00am, the province-wise break up after confirming the toll of 243,599 infections show that Sindh has become the worst-hit province by the pandemic in terms of confirmed infections with 100,900 infectons followed by Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad.
Sindh as worst hit province stands crossed the mark of 100,000 infections and is at top of the unfortunate table of COVID-19 infections with toll of 100,900 infection across the province and Punjab is still at second position with 85,261 confirmed infections. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also crossed reached to 29,406 infections of COVID-19 across the province. Islamabad Capital Territory reached to 13,829 infections, while Balochistan jumped to 11,099 infections. Gilgit Baltistan rezched to 1,619 and Azad Jammu Kashmir 1,485 infections.
Pakistan has conducted 1,514,858 coronavirus tests nation-wide out of which 23,255 during last 24 hours. 149,092 coronavirus patients have recovered in the country whereas many are in critical condition. Coronavirus epidemic patients are under treatment at quarantine centers of 462 hospitals where 7,295 beds are available.
According to latest figure displayed on National Coronavirus Dashboard of NCOC on July 10, Friday 10:00am, the province-wise break up after confirming the toll up regarding the total 5,058 deaths reported in the country. Punjab is at top of the list of confirmed deaths with 1,972 while Sindh with 1,677 deaths at number two. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa death toll surged to 1063, Balochistan 125, Gilgit-Baltistan 34, Islamabad Capital Territory 146 and AJK 41.