The World Health Organization (WHO) says says that Pakistan is on the right track the way it is handling the treatment of the coronavirus patients.
WHO also said that the the health agency will be providing full support and provision to handle the situation it develops.
The total number of cases in Pakistan has risen to four with two more cases confirmed recently with one belonging to Sindh while the other one is reportedly from Rawalpindi.
Read more: Two more coronavirus cases confirmed in Pakistan.
The World Health Organization representative in Pakistan Dr Palitha Mahipala said:
I am impressed by the swift and diligent way the government has handled the crisis so far, and WHO is committed to support them every step of the way,
Coronavirus has so far taken 3,069 lives with the total number of registered cases rising to 89,779 globally. However, there have been 45,507 patients that have recovered from the virus too.
The majority of cases have been in China with 2,912 deaths and 80,026 total cases. As of right now the total number of active cases globally are 41,203.
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