Covid-19 positivity rate in Pakistan reported the lowest positive reports for covid-19 this week since March 2020. When the government began recording the data. The infection rate drops to 0.77%. Islamabad: Pakistan’s positive rate for covid-19 fell below 1% on Sunday for the second day in a row for the first time since March last year.
When the government began recording pandemic data. In the last month, Pakistan has consistently reported a coronavirus positivity rate of less than 2% and less than 1,000 infections per day. Hospital admissions and daily death tolls have also fallen, suggesting an overall improvement in the covid-19 situation in Pakistan.
COVID-19 Positivity Rate in Pakistan Below 1% for the Second Consecutive Day:
On Sunday, data from the national center for management and business (NCOC) showed that 263 people tested positive for the virus after 33,767 tests were performed. This makes it the second consecutive day that the country reports less than 300 cases of infection in a single day. Eleven people, meanwhile, have died from the virus, bringing the death toll to 28,606.
The total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic is 1,279,636, while the number of active cases is 22,855. Pakistan has so far administered at least 118,333,360 doses of the covid vaccine. During the previous week’s report, Pakistan administered an average of approximately 1,053,302 doses each day. At this rate, it will take another 42 days to administer several doses to another 10% of the population.
Meanwhile, eleven other people died from the virus, bringing the death toll to 28,606. The total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic is 1,279,636, while the number of active cases is 22,855. To date, Pakistan has administered at least 118,333,360 doses of covid vaccine. Assuming that each person needs 2 doses, it is enough to have vaccinated about 27.3% of the country’s population. In the last reported week, Pakistan received an average of about 1,053,302 doses given each day.