The total number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan have surged to 9,739 with over 500 cases being reported on Tuesday in the daily updates by provinces. There have been 17 fatalities bringing the total death toll to 209.
Senator Murtaza Wahab reported four more deaths in his daily updates on Twitter every morning bringing the province total to 64 deaths.
Khyber Pakthunkhwa reported six new deaths in the daily update provided by Minister of Finance and Health Taimur Khan Jhagra at the end of the day. This brings the total death toll of KP to 80.
Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar reported six new deaths with his end of day updates of coronavirus on Twitter which brings total death toll of Punjab to 51.
Here is province wise breakdown of coronavirus cases in Pakistan as of 1:00am on 22 April 2020.
Coronavirus cases in Pakistan (Province Breakdown)
Total number of coronavirus deaths globally have surged past 2.45 million along with a death toll of over 176,000.
The United States is currently reporting the most number of daily cases along with an extremely high death toll. The total number of cases in the United States has surpassed 809,500 while the death toll has reached 44,623 with over 2,100 fatalities being reported today so far. The country accounts for over 30 percent of global cases and over 25 percent of deaths due to coronavirus.
Spain has the second highest number of cases over 204,000 and a death toll of 21,282 which is the third highest while Italy has the second highest death toll of 24,648 although the country’s coronavirus cases are lower than Spain at 184,000 which is the third highest number globally. Both countries have seen improvement is daily cases and fatalities.
France has seen a huge rise in cases and the number is over 158,000 although there has been a significant improvement in daily numbers reported. The death toll is currently 20,796.
The UK has reported over 800 deaths today while the total has reached 17,337 and the number of cases have surpassed 129,000.
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