Pakistan's death rate Covid-19 crosses the global average in Jul

Pakistan’s death rate Covid-19 crosses the global average in July.

Pakistan's death rate Covid-19 crosses the global average in Jul
Pakistan’s death rate Covid-19 crosses the global average in Jul

YouTube

By loading the video, you agree to YouTube's privacy policy.
Learn more

Load video

According to the WHO statement, Pakistan‘s death rate from Coronavirus was between 2.30% and 2.37% during July while the global mortality rate was between 2.15% and 2.17%.

Read also

Pakistan’s death rate Covid-19 crosses the global average in July.

Who also warns that sustainable violations of SOP Covid-19 by the public and lack of vaccination can increase mortality in Pakistan.

On the other hand, according to NCOC numbers, Pakistan reported 3262 new Coronavirus cases for the last 24 hours. 39 deaths were also reported yesterday while the national peposititivity level is now at 6.6%.

Read also

BionTech to develop mRNA-based malaria vaccines

In the past few weeks, the Coronavirus case has increased steadily, with a Delta variant, the first time from India, takes into account the majority of infections. In addition to the Delta variant, the existence of the alpha and beta variants that emerged from England and Brazil had also been confirmed by NCOC.

The Minister of Federal Planning, Asad Umar, who also heads NCOC, has asked the public to follow the SOP, such as wearing a face mask and avoiding crowded space, and getting themselves vaccinated with Covid-19 as early as possible from the center of their closest mass vaccination (MVCs).