The total number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan have surged to 63,623 while the country’s death toll has reached 1,312. There were 3,469 new cases registered on Thursday (28 May 2020) along with 72 more fatalities from across the country.
Sindh Health and Population Department reported 16 more fatalities in their coronavirus update bringing the provincial death toll to 396.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Department reported seven more fatalities in the province according to their daily coronavirus update. This brings the provincial death toll to 432 which is the highest of all provinces in the country.
Punjab reported 19 more fatalities today bringing the provincial death toll to 381. However, this specific update shows figures from 27 May 2020 and were given on 28 May 2020 by the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA).
Note: Once we get the latest coronavirus figures for Punjab for 28 May 2020, we will add those to this post.
UPDATE: Punjab reported 29 more fatalities for 28 May 2020 according to the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA). The table breakdown and post have been updated accordingly.
There were no deaths reported in Gilgit Baltistan according to the Daily Situation Report issued by the GB Health Department. However, there were several new cases reported in the region.
Islamabad and Azad Jammu and Kashmir reported one fatality each bringing the death toll of Islamabad Capital Territory and AJK to 19 and 5 respectively according to the Government of Pakistan Official Coronavirus Dashboard at covid.gov.pk/stats/pakistan.
There were no coronavirus updates reported out of Balochistan on 28 May 2020.
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Here is province wise breakdown of coronavirus cases in Pakistan as of 1:00am on 29 May 2020.
Coronavirus cases in Pakistan (Province Breakdown)
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