Coronavirus cases in Pakistan surge to 1415 with 11 deaths

The total number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has reached 1.415 along with eleven deaths being reported so far and the number of cases is rising rapidly.

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Coronavirus case in Pakistan surge to 1415 with 11 deaths being reported so far.

Punjab now has the most number of COVID-19 cases in Pakistan at 497 followed by Sindh at 457 although the number of deaths remain the highest in Punjab at five.

The latest death was reported in Faisalabad with where the patient was a 22 year old male identified as Muhammad Zeeshan, a resident of Kamalpur who is now the youngest COVID-19 victim in Pakistan.

Read more: Four imams arrested, one escapes after violating directions in Punjab.

Here is the province wise break down of the coronavirus cases in Pakistan as updated on 3:00 pm, 28 March 2020.

Province wise coronavirus cases in Pakistan:

ProvinceNumber of casesDeaths
Sindh45701
Punjab49705
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa18003
Balochistan13301
Islamabad39
Gilgit Baltistan10701
AJK02
TOTAL141511

Global Update

The total number of COVID-19 cases have reached more than 614,000 globally with the number of deaths over 28,000 and the number is rising rapidly every few hours.

Untied States now has the most number of COVID-19 cases of any country in the world with cases surging to 104,256 even crossing the number of cases in China where the outbreak started and Italy which has until now seen the worst of it.

Italy however has the most number of coronavirus deaths of any nation in the world with the number surging to over 9,000 deaths and the country reported almost 1.000 deaths in only yesterday which was the new record for Italy and the most number of deaths in a single day for any country.

Spain has the second highest number of COVID-19 casualties wtih over 5,600 deaths and the number also keeps rising rapidly with over 700 deaths reported just yesterday.

Read more: Coronavirus: Italy reports almost 1000 deaths in 24 hours.

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