Covid-19: Pakistan records lowest cases since Oct 25

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Covid-19: Pakistan records lowest cases since Oct 25

According to the National Command and Operation Centre, Pakistan continues to report fewer cases of covid-19 on Tuesday, with 735 individuals testing positive (NCOC). Since October 25, when 707 new cases of the illness were recorded in a single day, the nation has seen the lowest number of coronavirus infections in a single day.

According to the NCOC, 23 individuals have died as a result of the illness in the last 24 hours, with a positivity rate of 1.78 percent.

According to the NCOC, Pakistan conducted 41,133 tests across the state on Monday.

In Pakistan, the overall number of cases has risen to 956,392, with 32,153 active cases of infection.

According to the NCOC, covid-19 deaths in Pakistan have climbed to 22,254, while overall recoveries have increased to 901,985.

The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Thursday eased COVID-19 related restriction as Pakistan reported the lowest deaths due to infection in four months.

Federal Planning Minister Asad Umar chaired a meeting of NCOC to review the covid-19 situation in the country.

The top monitoring body has announced open indoor dining and marriage events from July 1 only for vaccinated people.

It said that hotels and restaurants will chalk out a strategy to verify the vaccination certificates of customers for indoor dining, for which the eateries are allowed to use fifty per cent capacity.

The government said that 400 guests can attend outdoor marriage functions while for indoor events 200 guests, who are fully vaccinated, can be invited.

Furthermore, the NCOC has extended business hours till 10pm while petrol pumps, medical store and other essential shops are allowed to work for 24 hours.

It also announced to open cinemas for vaccinated people, adding that parks and tourist places will also remain opened.

The government has also announced to open shrines across the country while there will be a ban on all religious and cultural gatherings.

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