As many as 41 new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed across Sindh on Monday morning. The total number of infected people in Pakistan has been reached 94.
According to the details, four people were confirmed positive to the coronavirus in Karachi, while 37 other people tested positive for the deadly virus from amongst the people who arrived Sukkur from Taftan—one of Pakistan’s border crossings into Iran.
“Sindh Health Department has 25 cases from Karachi, 1 case from Hyderabad and 50 cases from Taftan, Iran. Which brings the total number of case to 76 in the province out of which 2 have recovered & 74 are still under treatment,” Tweeted Sindh health ministry.
On the other hand, the Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has said on Sunday that the PPP-led provincial government of Sindh has imported 10,000 coronavirus testing kits. He said that these testing kits have been imported under an arrangement with the Indus Hospital of the Karachi.
The Federal Government has also imposed a ban on all kinds of ceremonies, religious gatherings, and examinations in the capital city of Islamabad the annual examinations of students are also postponed.