Pakistan is the 20th most-affected country from coronavirus. It climbed on the 20th position on the global coronavirus ranking on Sunday after the countrywide count of the COVID-19 confirmed cases crossed 30,000 after the province of Sindh reported 709 new cases.
As per the coronavirus tracker developed by the John Hopkins University, the country is now positioned on the 27th spot with 648 deaths.
Previously, the national dashboard in its daily update had mentioned that 1,991 cases were identified in the nation in the span of the last 24 hours taking the national count to 29,465. This was the highest jump that has been made in a single day since the 26th of February when the first case was reported.
The province Sindh is leading the COVID-19 patients, count by 11,480 cases, followed by Punjab with 11,093 cases. In the province of KP 4,509 cases have so far surfaced while 1,935 cases have been reported in Balochistan. GB has also reported 430 cases, Islamabad has 641 and AJK has got 86 cases so far.
On a global scale, there are now at least 4,001,437 cases of COVID-19 with 277,127 deaths. The United States has been the most affected country with a total of 1,305,544 cases and 78,618 deaths, whereas Europe is the most affected continent with 1,708,648 cases and 155,074 deaths.