COVID-19 tally decline to 3-digit after months as 903 tested positive in 24 hours

ISLAMABAD: Coronavirus pandemic infections in Pakistan declined to three-digit figure as during last 24 hours only 903 people have bveen tested positive to COVID-19, while 27 deaths were reported
With the 903 new coronavirus cases confirmed during last 24 hours the toll of COVID-19 cases surged to 278,304 while with 24 new deaths confirmed the nation-wide tally of fatalities has jumped to 5,951.
The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) has confirmed that 903 persons have been tested positive for COVID-19 in 24 hours and 27 more people have lost their lives to COVID-19 in the country.
According to figures released on National Coronavirus Dashboard of the NCOC at 10:00am on Thursday July 30, the toll of coronavirus positive cases reached to 278,304 and Sindh remains the worst-hit province by the pandemic in terms of infections with 120,550 cases  followed by Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad.
The figure shows that 120,550 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Sindh, 92,873 in Punjab, 33,958 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 11,732 in Balochistan, 15,014 in Islamabad 2,105 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 2,073 in Azad Kashmir.
As far the death toll in concerned the figures shows overall 5,951 deaths were reported in the country as Sindh crossed the toll of deaths in Punjab. 2,189 individuals have lost their lives to the epidemic in the province, 2,138 in Punjab, 1,192 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 136 in Balochistan, 165 in Islamabad, 53 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 51 in Azad Kashmir.
Pakistan has so far conducted 1,973,237 coronavirus tests and 20,507 in last 24 hours. 247,177 coronavirus patients have recovered in the country whereas 1,146 patients are in critical condition.
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