ISLAMABAD: Seventy-four more people died of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, taking the total tally to 11,450 in Pakistan.
According to the latest statistics, 1,563 new cases of coronavirus surfaced in the country during the last twenty-four hours after the tests of 41,285 people.
492,207 people have so far recovered from the disease.
This may be noted that the head of the Montreal Heart Institute (ICM), Jean-Claude Tardif has revealed the preliminary results of his research ‘Colcorona’.
According to Jean-Claude Tardif, an anti-inflammatory drug known as colchicine can reduce the risk of complications and deaths caused by covid-19.
The study was experimented on 4,488 patients globally which generated convincing results as 20% reduction was evident in deaths and people getting admitted to hospital due to covid-19 through the usage of colchicine.