COVID-19 News

Sindh records 1,170 coronavirus cases

Sindh has reported 1,170 coronavirus cases and 30 deaths during the past 24 hours, according to Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.

In a statement, he said 10,299 tests were carried out during the last 24 hours. With the new cases, the provincial total has risen to 111,238 while the death toll is 1,952.

Sindh has recorded the highest number of coronavirus cases at 111,238.

Related Post

Read More : Sindh records highest coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, CM

Furthermore, according to Sindh police, 2,515 officials so far have been infected with the coronavirus.

According to a media statement released by Sindh police, 155 new cases have been reported over the past two days. At least 16 police officials have passed away from the virus and 906 have recovered, while 1,593 are currently under treatment.

Saman Siddiqui

Recent Posts

  • Celebrity News

Hina Altaf’s father passes away

Hina Altaf's father passed away on Saturday. The popular actress has shared the tragic news…

6 hours ago
  • Latest News

Former Malaysian PM Mahathir in stable condition after undergoing treatment at hospital

Former Malaysian PM Mahathir is in stable condition! Malaysia's former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad is…

6 hours ago
  • Latest News

“I will be more dangerous outside the government,” PM Imran Khan

"I will be more dangerous outside the government," said PM Imran Khan on Sunday as…

11 hours ago
  • Music

#CokeStudio14 continues to set bar so high with Atif & Momina’s Sajan Das Na

Coke Studio 14 continues to set the bar so high! Coke Studio 14's new track…

11 hours ago
  • Latest News

Fake notification circulating on social media regarding COVID-19 restrictions

A fake notification is circulating on social media regarding COVID-19 restrictions in the name of…

12 hours ago
  • Sports News

Pakistan’s Fatima Sana wins ICC’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year award

Pakistan’s Fatima Sana wins ICC’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year award! The International Cricket Council…

14 hours ago