Alarming Situation: Coronavirus Cases In Pakistan Cross Cross 90,000



Alarming Situation: Coronavirus Cases In Pakistan Cross Cross 90,000


Recent Coronavirus Deaths:

  • Dr. Mahnoor Farzand, Flight Lieutenant, died at the Combined Military Hospital in Malir Cantonment. She was still receiving treatment for Covid-19 for a week.
  • Dr. Samra Ali was a senior gynecologist from the Wah International Hospital in Taxila who died on Sunday of Covid-19.On Monday, her funeral prayers were said in Sukkur, where she resides.


There are many reasons the coronavirus or COVID-19 is causing panic. It is a brand new virus that means no one has immunity. Because it is contagious, it spreads quickly. Because of its novelty, scientists don’t know how the virus behaves because they don’t have much history.


As Pakistan crosses the critical milestone of 90,000. Active coronavirus cases on Tuesday, it could spiral out of control. This is the most significant number of active cases since April 29, when 91 547 people were infected by viral infection.


The number of cases has risen to 1,131 659, while the total recoveries have been increased to 1,015,519. On Monday, 59,943 Pakistanis were tested for the virus. Of those, 4,075 tested positive. Comparatively to Monday, the coronavirus positivity has slightly decreased from 7% to 6.799%.

Yesterday saw Pakistan surpass the 25,000 death mark. Infection caused by the virus claimed the lives of 91 people in the last 24 hours. This brings the death toll to 25,094.


From January 3, 2020, to 5:09pm CEST, August 23, 2021, there were 1,123,812 cases of COVID-19 in Pakistan, with 24,923 deaths. This was reported to WHO. A total of 50.478,166 vaccines had been given as of August 22, 2021.


Another alarming aspect of Pakistan’s coronavirus pandemic is the increase in critical cases to 5,513, with an additional 123 over the past 24 hours.


The NCOC reported that 585,104 people received the vaccine in one dose on Monday, while 379,809 were given their second shot Monday. Pakistan has administered 46,456,077 doses so far.

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Corona Virus Symptoms


Coronavirus symptoms can take up to 14 days to manifest. These are the main symptoms you should be looking out for:



Fever is a feeling of warmth that can be felt on the back or chest. Fever is a common sign that can appear within 2-10 days, depending on how severe it is.

Shortness of Breath:

Around one out of six people diagnosed with COVID-19 become seriously ill and have difficulty breathing.



Coughing is a condition where you cough a lot for longer than an hour or three or more episodes of coughing in 24 hours. If you have a habit of having a cough, it might be more severe.