Corona cases in Pakistan stand at 1,866, death toll climbs to 25

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Pakistan on Tuesday has reported 18 new confirmed coronavirus cases, pushing the total to 1,866.

According to the national dashboard for the coronavirus, managed by the federal health ministry, seven new cases were reported in Islamabad, six in Gilgit Baltistan, four in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and one new case reported in Punjab.

The national dashboard also reported two new deaths in the country, one in Sindh while other in KP.

The number of patients in Punjab has risen to 652, Sindh toll stood at 627, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at 221, in Balochistan at 154, in Islamabad Capital Territory at 58, Gilgit-Baltistan at 148, while AJK reported 06 cases.

Moreover, 25 deaths were confirmed so far in the country, nine deaths reported in Punjab, seven in Sindh, six in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Two in Gilgit-Baltistan while one in Balochistan.


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