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Pandemic subsides: NCOC reports no Covid fatality for 2nd straight day

Pandemic subsides: NCOC reports no covid-19 fatality for 2nd day

PESHAWAR: The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) stated that for the second straight day no Covid-19 death have been reported from across Pakistan.

The NCOC said that in the preceeding 24 hours, 30,054 tests were conducted across the country of which 210 coronavirus cases were confirmed and positive case rate was 0.69% recorded. However, the federal committee informed that the health conditions of 445 patients in hospitals across the country were critical.

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The NCOC said that vaccination process will remain in progress, because the coronavirus pandemic is not yet completely subsided and lifting restrictions may increase the number of cases and the government can take action again.

The NCOC on 16 March announced lifting of all Coronavirus-related restrictions after significant decline in cases across the country. Addressing a news conference, the National Command and Operations Center head and Federal Minister Asad Omar and Special Health Assistant to Prime Minister on health Dr Faisal Sultan said that the number of Coronavirus cases has been steadily declining thus all restrictions are being lifted.

The Federal Minister informed that 70% of population have been fully vaccinated across the country. However, the he warned that the pandemic is not over, therefore the people have to support the government in its complete eradication.

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