Islamabad: Pakistan on Sunday revealed 869 new coronavirus cases over the most recent 24 hours, bringing the quantity of the COVID-19 patients to 8,348 in the nation, authorities said.

As indicated by authorities, the most noticeably awful hit Punjab territory detailed 3,822 patients, Sindh 2,537, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 1,137, Balochistan 376, Gilgit-Baltistan 257, Islamabad 171 and Pakistan-involved Kashmir 48, taking the all out count to 8,348.

With nine fatalities on Sunday, the loss of life from the dangerous sickness has arrived at 168. Sindh area recorded its most noteworthy number of eight passings in a solitary day, they said.

Pakistan has directed 98,522 tests, including 7,847 during the most recent 24 hours. So far 1,868 patients have recouped.

Head administrator Imran Khan, who is attempting to contain the spread of coronavirus in Pakistan, on Sunday claimed that Muslims are being focused in India to “redirect the reaction” over the administration’s COVID-19 approach.

Then, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) boss Lt Gen Muhammad Afzal said they would convey 100,000 testing units among all the areas by Monday to additionally expand testing proportion. He said 50 research facilities were working the nation over and conducing more than 6,000 tests consistently.

To help the testing offices in the nation, the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan has permitted 333 increasingly pharmaceutical organizations to produce sanitisers, as indicated by an official proclamation.

Up until now, the DRAP had permitted 481 organizations to deliver sanitisers.

Government Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said that Pakistan could now create its own veils and individual defensive hardware and can send out sanitisers. He included that neighborhood testing units and ventilators were in the last phase of preliminaries.

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