Monday, 26 October, 2020
832 more people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan

832 more people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan

The national database for coronavirus shows that 832 more people have recovered from coronavirus in Pakistan.This takes Pakistan's total number of recoveries to 18,314. Contrary to this fact, the national database for coronavirus also shows that 100 new cases have been reported in Pakistan.

A breakup of the cases is as follows:

87 new cases in Islamabad take the capital's total to 1,728
11 new cases take Gilgit Baltistan's tally to 630
Two new cases in Azad Jammu and Kashmir take its tally to 211
Pakistan's total number of coronavirus cases stand at 57,128.

Islamabad and Gilgit Baltistan have also reported one new death each, taking the total number of deaths in Pakistan to 1,128.

Credit: Dawn

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