The second wave of Covid-19, record 105 deaths in one day

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The second wave of Covid-19, record 105 deaths in one day
The second wave of Covid-19, record 105 deaths in one day
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The second wave of Covid wreaked havoc in the country, swallowing the lives of a record 105 people in the last 24 hours. Fifty-five deaths were reported in Sindh, another two thousand seven hundred and thirty-one cases were reported, nine thousand ten deaths across the country.

According to the National Command and Operations Center, more than 400,000 people have been infected with the deadly disease. In the last 24 hours, 38,028 Covid tests were conducted across the country. It brings the total number of Covid-19 tests to 6,166,799.

In the last 24 hours, another 2,731 people across the country have been diagnosed with covid. Bringing the number of certified covid patients in Pakistan to 445,977.

Total Numbers

According to official statistics, so far in Sindh one lac 98 thousand 482, in Punjab one lac 28 thousand 673. Furthermore, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 53 thousand 253, in Islamabad 35 thousand 203, in Balochistan 17 thousand 796. Moreover, in Azad Kashmir 7 thousand 771, and in Gilgit-Baltistan, 4,799 people have been diagnosed with covid-19. Bringing the number of active patients to 48,369, of whom 2,510 are in critical condition.

In the last 24 hours, 105 more people have died from Covid across the country. Bringing the death toll from the epidemic to 9,010.

According to the NCOC, another 2,265 people have beaten Covid in the last 24 hours. Bringing the total number of people who have won the ongoing war against the epidemic to 388,598.

Taking these precautionary measures against the covid can make it easier to win the war against the epidemic, implementing SOPs can also prevent this deadly virus, while other deadly principles can also be used to defeat this deadly virus. ,

As you should spend some time in the morning in the sun, do not sit with the rooms closed but open the doors and windows and let the light sun come into the rooms. Instead of running the AC in closed rooms, sit in the fan air. UV rays in the sun’s rays affect the protein that has emerged on the outer structure of the virus and weaken the virus. High temperatures or heat do not affect the virus, but high UV rays weaken the virus. Heat water put it in a thermos, and drink half a cup of lukewarm water every hour. The virus first infects the throat and from there reaches the lungs. Using hot water, the virus travels from the throat to the stomach, where the virus becomes inactive.

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