182 children under 10 tested positive in Sindh

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182 children under the age of 10 have tested positive and 900 people over the age of 60 has contracted coronavirus in the province. “We have to protect our children and elders from coronavirus,” Sindh Government spokesman Murtaza Wahab said on Sunday Sindh recorded as many as 383 new cases of the coronavirus over the past 24 hours, pushing the provincial tally to 4,615, he said. Providing a daily update on coronavirus cases in the province, he said a total of 41,216 tests have been conducted so far, including 3,028 done over the past 24 hours.Three more coronavirus-relateddeaths were recorded during this period, taking the death toll to 81 in the province.Murtaza Wahab said 70 people recuperated from the infection, raising the number of people who have recovered thus far to 872. He also urged everyone to make sure children and old people do not leave homes as people who go outside contract the deadly virus.Wahab said that over 900 people of the age 60 and above have contracted coronavirus in Sindh. He said the government repeatedly advising people to stay at homes to protect themselves and their families from deadly c o r o na v i r u s . Mur ta za Wahab has urged people to stay in their homes to protect themselves and their families from deadly coronavirus. “We have to protect our children and elders from coronavirus,” he said and urged everyone to make sure children and old people do not leave homes as people who go outside contract the deadly virus. “People have diverse opinions about the lockdown, some of them talking about a ‘smart lockdown’ while others opposing the lockdown,” he said.He urged people to follow the government’s decision of lockdown and save your generations.” “Ensure social distancing in your surroundings, neighborhood and with those regularly interact with you,” the spokesman said

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