Situation Report: 4,131 New Cases, 67 Deaths Reported in 24 Hours in Pakistan

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Pakistan rose to 80,463 on Tuesday after new infections were confirmed in the country.

The province-wise break up of the total number of cases as of 9:30am, June 3, is as follows:

Total confirmed cases: 80,463

  • Sindh: 31,086
  • Punjab: 29,489
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: 10,027
  • Balochistan: 4,740
  • Islamabad Capital Territory: 3,188
  • Gilgit-Baltistan: 779
  • AJK: 284

Deaths: 1,688

  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: 490
  • Punjab: 570
  • Sindh: 526
  • Balochistan: 49
  • Gilgit-Baltistan: 12
  • Islamabad Capital Territory: 34
  • AJK: 7

More than 6.39 million people have been reported infected with the novel coronavirus globally and over 379,000 have died, according to a Reuters tally.

10:05am – Nowshera, Pakistan — PTI MPA loses life to coronavirus 

Former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa minister Jamshed ud Din Kakakhel passed away due to the coronavirus on Wednesday, said the deputy commissioner of Nowshera.

According to the DC, the PTI MPA was under treatment at a private hospital in Islamabad and was also on a ventilator since the last three days.

Kakakhel was elected in the 2018 elections on from KP Assembly seat PK-63 in Nowshera. 

9:30am — Islamabad, Pakistan — Death toll rises to 1,688

The death toll from the novel coronavirus climbed to 1,688 on Wednesday after new deaths were reported across the country.

According to the national dashboard, four new deaths were recorded in Islamabad and one in AJK in the past 24 hours.

9:30am — Islamabad, Pakistan — Confirmed cases breach 80,000

Confirmed cases in the country jumped to 80,463 on Wednesday after new cases were reported in Balochistan, Islamabad and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).

According to the national dashboard, 295 new cases were detected in the federal capital, 226 in Balochistan and 13 new cases in AJK.

Sindh issues SOPs for intra-city transport

Sindh issued SOPs for intra-city transport after holding successful talks with transporters earlier in the day.

A few SOPs are as follows:

– Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces of buses, bus terminals and waiting areas.

– Observing social distancing during ticketing, boarding. travelling and alighting with minimum 3 feet distance.

– Wearing masks and hand gloves is mandatory for all the passengers, drivers and conductors.

– Keep minimum baggage.

9:55pm/June 2 — Karachi, Pakistan — Sindh approves Health Risk Allowance for frontline workers

Sindh approved Health Risk Allowance for frontline workers battling coronavirus at health facilities and laboratories.

The allowance will be equivalent to basic running pay, the notification said.

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