Rawalpindi: The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak is still hitting people in Rawalpindi district and Islamabad Capital Region, but the majority of people in the region have taken precautionary measures to avoid the disease.
Data collected by The News on Saturday showed that COVID-19 claimed one life in his Rawalpindi district in the past 48 hours, bringing the district’s death toll to 1,337. Importantly, as of Saturday, up to 96 patients suffering from coronavirus disease had been quarantined in their district homes, yet individuals are not taking the spread of the infection seriously.
Last week, up to 406 people from the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to 182,924 in the region, 2,367 of which have been confirmed since the coronavirus outbreak in Pakistan in March 2020. died from this disease.
Up to 356 new patients tested positive last week by ICT, bringing the total to 138,976, of which 134,140 have recovered, with the number of active cases registered as 3806 in the federal capital on Saturday. . To date, a total of 1,030 patients in the federal capital have died from the disease.
Meanwhile, about 50 patients in Rawalpindi district have tested positive for his COVID-19 in the past seven days, bringing the total to 43,948, of which 42,515 patients have recovered from coronavirus disease and 1,337 have been infected.