With the onset of winter, the second wave of Covid-19 is getting worse and worse, but on the other hand, some people still consider dramas to be reality and Covid to be a drama. In many cities, there is very little space in hospitals.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister Shahbaz Gul also said that in the last 24 hours, 71 civilians were died due to Covid and the pressure on hospitals is in front of you.
Shahzad Akbar also expressed concern over the dire situation of Covid-19
In the last 24 hours, 71 more people have lost their lives due to covid, while the total number of deaths due to the epidemic has reached 8,8724, another 2,729 people have become victims of covid-19. The number of certified epidemic patients has reached 435,056.
Covid has been tested 41,426 times across the country, bringing the total number of tests performed to diagnose the virus to 59,90,168.
According to official data, Sindh has the highest number of covid tests and the highest number of patients is 1,92,735. One lac 26 thousand 526 patients have come forward in Punjab.
There are 51,404 patients in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 17,696 in Balochistan, 34,300 in Islamabad, 4,775 in Gilgit-Baltistan, and 7,620 in Azad Kashmir. The highest death toll from Covid in Punjab, where the death toll from the disease is 3,320.
The epidemic has killed 3,132 patients in Sindh, 1,455 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 173 in Balochistan, 358 in Islamabad, 188 in Azad Kashmir, and 98 in Gilgit-Baltistan.
Speaking of different cities, 1637 beds are allotted for covid patients in Karachi out of which 634 or 39% beds are in use while 555 beds are allocated in Peshawar out of which 338 or 61% beds are used for covid patients.
Similarly, 50 percent beds in Multan, 21 percent in Lahore, 32 percent in Abbottabad, and 48 percent in Islamabad are busy for covid patients but on the other hand, some Pakistani people keep social distance above political demonstrations and other places. By participating fully, they are openly inviting the virus.