COVID-19: After an alarming no of critical cases, Asad Umar warns of a dangerous situation

Lahore, 4th April: The number of coronavirus case has reached the highest ratio since it started it emerged in Pakistan last year.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, with the increase in positivity rate of coronavirus cases, the number of critically sick patients has also risen to an alarming level.

Federal Minister for Planning and Development, Asad Umar raised an alarm on Sunday and reported that the number of critical patients infected with the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly increased in the country.

The minister took to his Twitter account and said that yesterday there were a total of 3,568 patients in critical care in Pakistan.

Asad Umar tweeted, “The need for strong enforcement of sops is vital. Please take precautions and cooperate with the administration in their enforcement efforts.”

According to the latest report from National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), during the last 24 hours, most deaths occurred in Punjab followed by KP. Out of 81 deaths during the last 24 hours, 24 died on ventilators.

As per reports, now there are 60,072 active cases in the country. The death toll due to the pandemic has risen up to 14,778 while 613,058 patients have recovered from the disease so far.

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