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The new Wave of COVID-19 in Pakistan, 2022. Today's ratio of COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in Pakistan is greatly concentrated in a few key areas.


The current COVID-19 pandemic in Pakistan is a part of the pandemic of coronavirus illness 2019 COVID-19( the first wave of COVID-19). 

The coronavirus Pandemic was marked by the World Health Organization on eleventh March 2020 after the finding of infection in a surplus of 500,000 cases. There are 38 distinct species in the Coronaviridae family, the most recent recognition is COVID-19 with the most elevated declared death rates. In the past CoV has caused extreme intense respiratory disorder (SARS) in 2002 with 774 deaths across the world, and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) caused 858 deaths worldwide.


This sudden pandemic not only impacted the physical status of the people of Pakistan but increase psychological stress, especially among women. 

Among ladies gave new beginning menstrual issues in the gynecological short term, a significant number reflected the expanded degrees of mental pressure during COVID-19 lockdown.


The spread of COVID-19 in Pakistan is greatly concentrated in a few key areas.

Today's ratio of COVID-19 in Pakistan

Reported cases in Pakistan in the last 24 hours

Pakistan has reported 1,535,144 cases since the COVID-19 outbreak was in the first wave in March and, presently, there are 30,395 active cases in the country so far.While recovered cases are 1,499,614

The numbers of residents who lost their lives in light of COVID-19 is 30,393, while since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020 the dynamic cases are 1,498,401. While, 287,170,265 individuals totally immunized up until this point.

Daily death ratio in Pakistan by COVID-19

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), in the last 24 hours, the National positivity ratio is 1.53, and 171 new cases were recorded on 20th June when 11,212 tests were conducted.

The COVID-19 positivity ratio has rushed in the past 10% in Hyderabad and Karachi, whereas the nationwide is also rising daily.

No death case have been reported due to COVID-19 during the past 24 hours, whereas 57 patients were in critical condition.

Given the new spike in COVID-19 cases across Pakistan, the health authorities cautioned that the surge in new infections, may be turned into the next wave of this pandemic.

The new Wave of COVID-19 in Pakistan, 2022. 

According to the provided data, Hyderabad recorded the highest positive cases ratio is 16.6%, followed by Karachi with 10.08%  whereas, Azad Kashmir's Mirpur was third with 5.26%.

In Mardan, the COVID-19 positivity ratio is 3.39%, whereas in Abbottabad 1%, in Lahore 1%, and in Islamabad is 2.27%.

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