WHO has warned Pakistan about steadily rising corona cases
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WHO has warned Pakistan about steadily rising corona cases

The number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has been steadily rising since April 10, in which two provinces are on the hit list?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan has been steadily rising since April 10. The World Health Organization (WHO) Statistics have been released. According to the data released by the WHO, the number of corona cases in Pakistan has been steadily increasing since April 10, and on May 9, about 2000 cases were reported. According to a population of 1 million cases

In terms of numbers, the highest number of cases is in Islamabad, followed by Sindh and Gilgit-Baltistan, where the average number is almost the same, followed by Balochistan at third and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at fourth, followed by Punjab and Azad Kashmir. According to the OK data, the number of infected cases is on the rise in all provinces of the country, but since May 1, the number of cases in Punjab and Sindh has risen sharply.

The lowest number of tests were conducted in Azad Kashmir. In terms of deaths, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa came first, Punjab second and Sindh 30 Ray ranks fourth, Balochistan fourth, Islamabad fifth, and Gilgit-Baltistan sixth. According to the WHO, its staff has trained the Rapid Response Team in six districts of Punjab, while in Pakistan for relief. The need for 21.5 million has been felt, with a shortfall of 17.3 million.

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