Pakistan saw 342 new coronavirus cases on Monday, April 13th, 2020, including 137 paramedics and other healthcare staff. 232 out of 342 new cases, or around 70%, were from Punjab — where a major chunk of positive cases was from Tableeghi Jamat.
Three new deaths related to coronavirus complications were also reported during the past 24 hours, the lowest since March 31st, 2020.
125 patients recovered from COVID-19, taking the number of recoveries to 1,378.
The number of new hospitalizations also decreased and reached 1,368, down from 1,402. Critically ill patients (or those on ventilators), also decreased from 47 to 46.
137 paramedic and healthcare staff tested positive with Coronavirus with 45 professionals from Sindh and 30 from Punjab. 78 out of 137 included doctors while 25 of them were nurses with 34 professionals from paramedics and other health staff.
More can be seen in the graphs below:
|Region||Total Cases||Cases in 24 Hrs||Deaths||Deaths in 24 Hrs|
Breakdown of Cases
- Zaireen from Iran: 1,369 (24%)
- Foreign Returners from Other Countries: 1,292 (23%)
- Tableeghi Jamaat: 1,289 (23%)
- Other Local Transmission: 1,766 (31%)
Total Tests Conducted
|Region||Tests Conducted||Last 24 Hours|
*Tests for Punjab are for both Public and Private Labs
|Region||Total Cases||Last 24 Hours|
- Suspected cases are those who are under quarantine facility or those awaiting test results
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