Pakistan reports zero COVID deaths for second consecutive day

Omicron sub-variant

Islamabad: It seems as the divine forces are cheering for us on the occasion of Pakistan Day as Pakistan reported zero COVID deaths for a second consecutive day on March 23.

According to the official statistics released by the NCOC on Thursday morning, 30,054 tests were conducted during the last 24 hours.

The reports showed that the positivity rate dropped down to 0.69% from 1.28% a day earlier.

The total number of patients in critical care also lowered from 455 to 445 as per the details.

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