Number of COVID-19 Cases in Pakistan cross 50,000 mark – Research Snipers

Number of COVID-19 Cases in Pakistan cross 50,000 mark

20th Most Affected Country from Coronavirus

The number of cases in Pakistan has crossed the 50,000 mark. Record 3300 coronavirus cases emerged in Pakistan on 21st May.

The number of cases recorded in Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Islamabad, Gilgit Baltistan, Azad Jammu, and Kashmir are 960, 1770, 340, 106, 91, 23, and 20 respectively.

1064 COVID-19 patients recovered across Pakistan, as per the official COVID-19 portal of the government. The total number of recoveries in the country are 15,201. The total number of cases reported in Pakistan to date have reached 50,694.

As the whole world is facing the pandemic together, Pakistan donated face masks and protective suits to the U.S. Mike Pompeo acknowledged this goodwill gesture and tweeted, “Appreciate Pakistan’s goodwill donation of surgical masks and protective suits to @FEMA. This delivery is a symbol of U.S.-Pakistan solidarity in the fight against COVID-19. #WeAreInThisTogether #Partners4Prosperity

It is important to mention here that this year Eid would be different and we must follow the guidelines given by the government.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr Zafar Mirza said, “This Eid is different than any other Eid we’ve ever had. This year you should avoid hugging your loved ones and wear a mask when you meet them.”

Adding, “Like in Ramazan we said that people should avoid going to the mosque and make every home a mosque, we have the same advice on Eid. People should start their Eid day by praying their special namaz at home.”

“As this is the last week of Ramazan, we should look around us and find ways to help those who need our help but may not be able to ask for it. Ramazan and Eid are times of caring and sharing.”

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