WHO says 91% of Pakistan’s Corona cases are local


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The World Health Organisation (WHO) in its latest country report on the coronavirus pandemic has said local coronavirus transmission in Pakistan has risen to 91% up from 81% a few weeks back.
As per the daily situation report by World Health Organisation, dated May 25, Pakistan has witnessed a sharp increase in locally transmitted cases of the deadly virus, while imported cases in the country have fallen to 9%.
Local or community transmission takes place when people within a household or an area are infected by those who have no travel history to a virus-hit country.
While initially COVID-19 was imported into the country, largely brought in by the pilgrims returning from Iran, it is circulating faster locally.
According to the WHO report, locally transmitted cases are the highest in Islamabad, 99%.

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