COVID-19 claims another 7 lives

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COVID-19 Pakistan reports 3,480 cases, positivity rate below 6%

Islamabad: COVID-19 claimed seven more lives during the last Twenty-Four hours, in addition to a steep rise in the number of positive cases reported by the National Institute of Health (NIH) Islamabad Wednesday morning.

According to details shared by the NIH, 592 fresh COVID-19 cases were reported in the country after 21,264 tests were conducted. The positivity ratio across the country was reported as 2.78%.

However, compared to the previous day’s record of zero deaths, seven deaths were reported, which brings up the death toll to 30,452 since the start of the pandemic, showed NIH data.

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