The Pakistani government confirmed the death of six people from the last day of coronavirus on Sunday. This is the lowest number in recent years since April, according to the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC). .
The agency has detailed that three people have died in Sindh, two in Punjab and one in Jíber Pajtunjua, increasing the death toll to 5,976 since the pandemic began. The death toll during the day is lower than on April 17, when there were eight deaths.
On the other hand, 553 people tested positive for the virus on the last day, a total of 279,699 cases, while 248,577 people overcame COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, from Pakistani television Geo TV.
The government, which launched a restriction campaign in certain areas in June that reported outbreaks after nearly two months in detention, said on Saturday that the curve was “flattened”.
Pakistani President Arif Alvi emphasized that the curve is flattening and welcomed the attitudes of the population, the government and religious leaders when it comes to achieving this, according to The Express Tribune newspaper.