58 deaths from corona reported so far in Peshawar division
More than 500 patients recover in KP
PESHAWAR: Peshawar division comprises Charsadda, Peshawar and Nowshera districts were the most affected areas of the pandemic COVID-19, where 58 people had been died so far due to coronavirus.
Similarly, 18 deaths were reported from Malakand division comprises Shangla, Buner, Swat, Dir Upper, Dir Lower, Chitral Lower, Chitral Upper and Malakand districts.
Health department officials told APP that six patients of coronavirus died in Hazara division, eight in Mardan division, five in Kohat division and one patient each in Bannu and DI Khan divisions.
Peshawar was the worst affected city of KP where coronavirous killed 52 people so far.
Two people were died in Charsadda, three in Nowshera, one in Mohmand, six in Mardan, two in Swabi, 12 in Swat, one each in Buner and Shangla, two each in Lower Dir, Kurrum and Malakand, three each in Mansehra, Kohat and Abbottabad besides one each in Bannu and DI Khan districts.
Around 515 coronavirus patients in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were sent home on Tuesday after they made a recovery from the disease, said the provincial authority officials.
Officials in Health Department said that out of 1,867 patients of coronavirus, more than 500 were sent home after their tests were reported negative.
In Malakand division, about 171 patients made a recovery, followed by 88 in Peshawar division, 68 in Mardan division and 30 in Hazara.
Similarly, 57 patients were recovered in Kohat division, 27 in Bannu, and seven in DI Khan division.
Giving details of the recovery of the patients in major cities, the officials said 40 patients have defeated coronavirus in Peshawar, 37 in Swat, 16 in Abbottabad, 35 in Kohat, 56 in Mardan, 12 in Swabi, 45 in Upper Dir, 50 in Buner and 18 in Nowshera districts.
The officials said the recovered patients were shifted to their villages and cities from quarantine and isolation centres in KP.
These patients also include those who returned from Afghanistan and Gulf countries and recently tested negative.
Lower Kohistan and Kolai Palas were the two districts of KP where no case of coronavirus has been reported so far.
The official advised people to use masks while traveling outside of homes, avoid travelling on public transport, use disposable gloves, do not touch eyes and mouth in open, wash hands with soaps and maintain two meter distance with people to remain safe from COVID-19. - APP