ISLAMABAD: Two more cases of Corona virus have been reported in the federal capital and Karachi, after which the total number of patients has reached 31, of which one is in critical condition.
The first case of Corona has been reported in the federal capital Islamabad. The affected women had arrived in Pakistan two days ago from the UK, where Khoton was first shifted to a private hospital after the symptoms of the Corona virus appeared, and subsequently to the Isolation Ward of Pims Hospital.
Doctors say the condition of the patient is critical, they have been placed on a ventilator in the isolation ward, sources say, the patient’s family and private hospital staff decided to transfer him, the patient’s family and the patient. NIH has also received samples from 13 private hospital personnel.
It should be remembered that at present the number of people infected with the deadly virus has risen to 31, many public and economic activities in the country have been paralyzed due to the corona virus.
To prevent the spread of the virus, educational institutions, wedding halls and cinemas have been closed while public gatherings and celebrations have been banned. Flight operations have been suspended at all airports except Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi.
Corona virus has been confirmed in 17 patients in Sindh so far, of which two have recovered, 6 in Balochistan, 4 in Islamabad and 3 in Gilgit Baltistan.
The overall international situation
It should be noted that the virus which is declared epidemic by the World Health Organization has spread to 149 countries of the world. So far, there have been 1 555 834 cases reported from Corona of which 5 thousand 814 patients lost their lives and 74 thousand 279. He also recovered.
International experts declare Europe the center of Corona; London, Madrid, Paris and other countries are also infected with the virus. In Italy, 175 people were killed in a single day after which the death toll rose to 1641. There were 58 fatalities in Spain, ten in the UK, 2 in the Netherlands.
Speaking of Iran, there were 97 deaths in a single day after which the death toll rose to 611, and the number of victims in South Africa rose to 38.