According to the data shared by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Tuesday (today), 216 new positive cases have been recorded.
The previous lowest Covid-19 positive cases tally was recorded 14 months ago when 213 people were tested positive.
As per NCOC, 216 people were tested positive after 33,435 Covid-19 conducted tests.
So far, Pakistan has witnessed a total of 1,280,092 positive cases since the NCOC begin to record the data.
The positive cases are declining as the positivity percentage has dropped to less than 1 percent. The current positivity rate stands at 0.64 percent.
Meanwhile, six people have lost their lives because of this deadly virus after which the death toll jumped to 28,618.
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Earlier, Asad Umar tweeted regarding the vaccination drive, “Reached important milestone of 50% of country’s eligible population receiving at least 1 dose. KP became 2nd province to vaccinate half it’s eligible population with at least 1 dose. Yesterday was highest vaccination day in Pakistan with 1.7 million doses. #WelldonePakistan,” tweeted the NCOC head.”
Globally there is a development regarding the Covid-19 cure as US pharma giants Merck and Pfizer have announced encouraging results for oral drugs, while an anti-depressant pill has also shown promise in what could open up a new chapter in the fight against the pandemic.