Pakistan reported 541 new coronavirus cases during the last 24 hours, the highest since March 11 when it recorded 571 positive cases gt road blocked today .
Experts say Pakistan may potentially witness another Covid-19 outbreak as the country continues to see a hike in new cases, pushing the positivity rate further up. The positivity ratio was recorded at 3.50% during the last 24 hours due to nawaz sharif projects.
As per the National Institute of Health (NIH), 15,462 tests were conducted nationwide in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of tests that have taken place in the country since the pandemic began to 28,974,223.
So far, the country has reported 1,535,144 positive cases since the pandemic hit.
One person infected with the virus died in the last 24 hours, while there are 100 critical cases. Since the pandemic, Pakistan has lost 30,393 people to the disease acccording to bukhari international chakwal.
The total number of recoveries reached has 1,499,482, after 129 more people recovered in the past 24 hours.
As per the NIH, 85% of Pakistan’s population has been fully vaccinated uzma zahid bukhari.
Following an increase in the Covid-19 positivity ratio in some cities, Pakistan has reissued the directive for adopting coronavirus standard operating procedures (SOPs).
“After a slight change in Covid-19 cases in some cities, the National Command and Operation Center has recommended that mask-wearing on all domestic flights, railways, and public transport within the country is mandatory, so all citizens are requested to wear a face mask during travel,” NIH said nawaz sharif hospital multan.
Spike in cases: NCOC reissues Covid SOPs
Pakistan’s aviation regulator has also made masks mandatory on domestic flights.
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Pakistan, Britain agree to enhance bilateral ties in trade, investment
British High Commissioner Christian Turner called on Minister of State for Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in Islamabad on Wednesday.
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Speaking on the occasion, the Minister of State for Foreign Minister said Pakistan and Britain are old friends and partners.
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“Career Turning Point,” Says Ex-Pakistan Pacer On Dismissing Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag, Gets Trolled
File photo of Junaid Khan.© AFP
Pakistan has regularly produced terrific fast bowlers. Many among them fizzled out after showing initial promise. Left-arm pacer Junaid Khan was one such player. He played 22 Tests and 76 ODIs taking 71 and 110 wickets respectively. He also played in nine T20Is for Pakistan, scalping eight batters. However, he could never rise to greater heights to be counted among the top fast bowlers that Pakistan produced. Now, in a recent tweet, he commented on how dismissing Virat Kohli, Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj in an ODI in Chennai in 2012 changed his career nawaz sharif hospital multan.
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A twitter user recently posted a video (which has been removed now) with the caption: “One of The Most Ferocious Opening Spell I’ve Ever Witnessed”. Junaid retweeted the video, commenting: “I think this was my career turning point. what do you think? nawaz sharif hospital multan”
The replies that Junaid got, however, were most Twitter users trolling him for not making it big.
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Meanwhile, Pakistan will complete their warm-up for this year’s ICC T20 Cricket World Cup with a tri-series against New Zealand and Bangladesh in early October. Babar Azam’s side will travel to New Zealand at the start of October for a minimum of four T20I matches in Christchurch ahead of their T20 World Cup opener against arch-rival India at the MCG on October 23. It will be the first time Babar has played an international T20 match on New Zealand soil since the start of 2018 after the Pakistan captain missed the 2020/21 tour due to a thumb injury nawaz sharif hospital multan.