Coronavirus Update: Cases in Pakistan surge to 1504 with 12 deaths

The number of the deadly coronavirus cases in Pakistan as of the latest update has surged to 1504 after more than a 100 cases were reported in the last 24 hours and the number keeps rising rapidly.

Coronavirus Update: Cases in Pakistan surge to 1504 with 12 deaths.

The total number of deaths so far is 12 with the latest death being reported from from KPK although more details about the patient have not been revealed.

Punjab currently has the most number of coronavirus cases in the country and five out the 12 casualties so far making it the province with the most deaths.

Read more: Fake news circulates that PM Imran Khan tests positive for coronavirus.

Here is a province wise breakdown of coronavirus cases in Pakistan as of 12:00am update on 29 March 2020.

Province wise breakdown of coronavirus cases in Pakistan

ProvinceNumber of CasesDeaths
Sindh46901
Punjab55705
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa18804
Balochistan13801
Islamabad39
Gilgit Baltistan11101
AJK02
TOTAL150412

Global Update

The total number of COVID-19 cases have surged past 650,500 globally with over 30,000 deaths and this number is growing rapidly.

United States has the most of coroanvirus cases of any country in the world now reaching 116,448 with over 12,000 cases being reported in the past 24 hours and the death toll in the country has now reached 1943 with over 250 deaths in a single day.

United States may have the highest number of cases but Italy is experiencing the most number of casualties from the coronavirus pandemic with the death toll in Italy surging to 10,023 with over 900 deaths being reported in the last 24 hours.

Even though the COVID-19 virus originated in China, Europe saw the worst of it and it continues to be that way with thousands of new cases being reported and the death toll completely out of control with Spain having the second highest death count after Italy with 5,812 deaths with over 700 in the last 24 hours.

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

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