Pakistan reports 7,195 news cases, 8 deaths in 24 hours as Coronavirus Fifth Wave continues

Islamabad: Fifth wave of Coronavirus is causing havoc all over the country, as with eight new deaths, Pakistan reported 7,195 new positive caused during last 24 hours by novel coronavirus. The latest figures displayed on National Coronavirus Dashboard of the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), showed that, 7,195 persons tested positive for COVID-19 across the country and eight new deaths were reported in thRead More…

Omicron cases in Lahore surges to 830

LAHORE: Punjab Sunday recorded 93 new cases of COVID-19’s Omicron strain over the past 24 hours including 84 only in Lahore. The tally of the new strain of coronavirus cases in Lahore has reached to 830, according to the provincial health department. According to the provincial health department, the province has overall reported 883 cases of Omicron strain, while 93 new cases in the last 24 hours. The cases of ORead More…

Free medical camp held in Sunzela

ZHOB: More than 230 patients, including 90 children and 75 women, were diagnosed and provided with free of cost medicines in one-day-free medical camp in Sunzela area of Zhob along Pak-Afghan border arranged on Sunday by Zhob Militia, Frontier Corps (FC) (North), Balochistan. Following the directions of Inspector General, Frontier Corps (FC), North, Balochistan, one-day-free-medical-camp under aegis of Zhob Militia,Read More…

Disinformation disturbs anti-polio drives in Karachi

KARACHI: Anti-polio vaccination campaigns in some parts of Karachi still get cold response due to disinformation and misinformation, according to a new investigation released by PPI on Sunday. The people, mainly Pashtuns, in Orangi town, Landhi, Suhrab Goth, Shireen Jinnah Colony, Old Sabzi Mandi area, Katti Pahari, Hazara Goth in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, and slum areas of the city, are avoiding anti-polio vaccinations due Read More…

Covid positivity rate in Karachi touches 46.58pc

KARACHI: Coronavirus positivity rate in provincial capital of Sindh, Karachi has risen to record level of 46.58 percent as country faces fifth wave of the deadly virus fueled by Omicron variant. According to a report on Friday, 3739 new cases of coronavirus have surfaced in Karachi. The positivity ratio in Islamabad has been recorded as 18.91 percent while 6 percent was reported in Hyderabad. On the other hand, PakRead More…

COVID claims six more lives, infects 3,283 in Sindh

KARACHI: As many as six more patients of Coronavirus died overnight lifting the death toll to 7,709 and 3,283 new cases emerged when 17,911 tests were conducted. This was stated by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in a statement issued here on Tuesday. He added that six more patients of COVID-19 lost their lives lifting the death toll to 7,709 that constituted 1.5 percent death rate. Mr. Shah said that 17,91Read More…

More tests detect 23 Omicron variant, 3,089 COVID-19 cases, says Murad Shah

KARACHI:Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that 23 more cases of Omicron variant emerged when 24 samples were tested lifting the tally to 430 and 3,089 new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed through 15,719 tests and one more patient died lifting the death toll to 7,693. Omicron: The chief minister sharing the omicron cases report said that during the last few days 24 tests were conducted which detected Read More…

Teenage girl killed in roof collapse

Mardan:A 16-year-old girl was killed when roof of a dilapidated house collapsed due to recent rains in Mardan in the wee hours of Friday. According to details, roof of a dilapidated house located in Subedar Qaley area near Mardan suddenly caved in, burying a girl and two women under the debris. Rescue 1122 teams reached the sport and retrieved dead body of a 16-year-old girl from the rubble and pulled out two women iRead More…

COVID-19 in Sindh claims two more lives

Karachi: As many as two more patients of Coronavirus died overnight in Sindh, lifting the death toll to 7,693 and 2,289 new cases emerged when 12,229 tests were conducted. This was stated by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in a statement issued here on Thursday. He added that two more patient of COVID-19 lost his life lifting the death toll to 7,693 that constituted 1.6 percent death rate. Mr. Shah said thaRead More…