Patients encountering coronavirus now ‘stable, improving’ in Pakistan, tweets Zafar Mirza
No new cases emerged in Sindh province

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KARACHI: Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Health, Dr Zafar Mirza, confirmed yesterday that the two patients who were diagnosed with deadly coronavirus a day earlier were stable now.

Dr Mirza on official Twitter handle wrote that the patients condition was improving.

“Both patients of #COVIDー19 are stable and improving,” Mirza tweet said,

The tweet also added that “Contacts traced until now and tested are all negative.”

In an abrupt outbreak of coronavirus, this disease enetered into Pakistan via Iran.

It must be mentioned here that in the province of the Sindh no new cases of the novel coronavirus emerged subsequent to the country’s first case that was reported from Karachi.

According to the media coordinator of Sindh Health minister, Meeran Yousuf “There are no positive cases of coronvirus from today.”

Moreover, the Sindh government had taken immediate action of forming a task force on coronavirus, soon after the first two cases of the disease unearthed in Pakistan.


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