LAHORE: Latest Covid-19 statistics released by the National Command & Operation Centre (NCOC) show most deaths in Punjab followed by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
According to reports, during the last 24-hours, the NCOC has confirmed most deaths in Punjab followed by KP. Meanwhile, out of the 11 deaths confirmed, four were patients on ventilators.
NCOC has confirmed 231 people tested positive for the coronavirus on 12th November following which 11 were reported dead. Reportedly, 10 were in-hospital while one died out of the hospital.
According to NCOC statistics, most ventilators are occupied in 4 cities namely Multan, Peshawar, Islamabad (ICT), and Lahore at 30 percent, 19 percent, 12 percent, and 10 percent, respectively.
Moreover, most oxygen beds are occupied across Multan, Sargodha, Swabi, and Lahore at a percentage of 43%, 30%, 21%, and 14%, respectively.
According to reports, the total number of active Covid-19 cases is 23,090 as of 13th November with 33,862 tests being conducted. Provincial statistics have shown Sindh at 5,300 tests, Punjab at 16,019 tests, KP at 7,789 tests, ICT at 3,731 tests, Balochistan at 611 tests, Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) at 199 tests, and Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) at 213 tests.
NCOC statistics show Pakistan’s recovery count at a significant advantage with 1,227,688 patients having recovered from the coronavirus. Additionally, no patients are on ventilators in the AJK, Balochistan, and GB regions, with a total of 122 ventilators being occupied across Pakistan.
A total of 1,279,973 cases have been detected so far. According to provincial statistics, AJK is at 34,506, Balochistan is at 33,391, GB is at 10,400, ICT is at 107,275, KP is at 179,000, Punjab is at 441,720 and Sindh is at 473,081.
The death toll is reported to be 28,595 deaths. According to NCOC statistics, provincial records show Sindh at 7,600 deaths (1 out-of-hospital death on 12th November), Punjab at 12,972 deaths (5 in-hospital deaths on 12th November), KP at 5,790 deaths (4 in-hospital deaths on 12th November), ICT at 948 deaths (1 in-hospital death on 12th November), Balochistan at 358 deaths (no deaths on 12th November), GB at 186 deaths (no deaths on 12th November), and AJK at 741 deaths (no deaths on 12th November).
According to reports, a total of 21,352,792 tests have been conducted since the outbreak spread across Pakistan in early 2020, as 640 hospitals actively provide facilities to patients across the country.
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