COVID claims seven more lives across Sindh.

KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said Wednesday that coronavirus had claimed seven more lives in Sindh while 317 more virus cases had emerged when 8561 tests were conducted. I a statement, Shah said that seven more patients had lost their lives while struggling against coronavirus, lifting the death toll to 2,342 that constituted 1.8 percent. He said that 317 more patients emerged when 8,561 samples were tested that constituted four percent current detection rate. So far 914,884 tests had been conducted against which 127,070 cases emerged all over Sindh which constituted 14

percent overall detection rate. The CM said that 252 patients cured overnight, raising the number of patients recovered so far to 120,493 that came to 95 percent recovery rate. He added that currently, 4,225 patients were under...

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