KARACHI: Due to Coronavirus 14 more people died during the last 24 hours. While 348 new cases emerged, the death toll to 4,315, and 10,918 tests were carried out.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah claimed this in a statement released here on Wednesday. He noticed that 14 more COVID-19 patients lost their lives, bringing the death toll to 4,315, reflecting a 1.6 percent death rate.
Murad Ali Shah also said 10,918 specimens were checked, finding 348 cases, reflecting a current diagnosis rate of 3.2 percent.
He stated that 2,978,835 studies against which 257,088 cases were reported to have been performed so far, of which 93.6 percent or 240,676 patients have healed, including 619 overnight.
The CM estimated that 12,097 patients were actually under care, 11,680 of whom were in home isolation, 7 in isolation centers and 410 in various hospitals. He added that the condition of 372 patients, including 50 transferred to ventilators, was said to be serious.
As per the details, 183 of the 348 new cases from Karachi were found, including 49 from the East, 45 from Korangi, 30 from Malir, 27 from the South, 17 from the West, and 15 from Central.
Matiari and Shaheed Benazirabad have 25 each, Larkana 7, Hyderabad 22, Thatta 17, Badin 11, Tando Allahyar 15, Jamshoro and Sujawal 6 each, Ghotki and Sanghar 4 each, Khairpur and Mirpurkhas 3 each, Jacobabad and Sukkur 2 each, Nausheroferoze 1.