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Coronavirus has claimed the lives of 10 youngsters since March 15: NCOC

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  • One other youngster within the 1-10 age bracket passes away
  • Three youngsters within the 1-10 age bracket have handed away this week, says NCOC
  • For the reason that pandemic started, 48 youngsters in complete have died from the coronavirus: NCOC

ISLAMABAD: The Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Sunday revealed that 10 youngsters have succumbed to the coronavirus since March 15. 

As per an NCOC report yet another youngster, aged between 1-10 years outdated, handed away from coronavirus on Saturday. 

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The most recent casualty is alarming as this makes it the tenth youngster, aged between 1-10 years, to move away from the virus since March 15. 

Up to now one week, three youngsters aged between 1-10 years have succumbed to the virus, mentioned the NCOC. 

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The NCOC additionally revealed that for the reason that pandemic first began spreading within the nation final yr, 48 youngsters have died from the coronavirus. 

5,611 check optimistic for coronavirus in a single day

Pakistan reported 118 new coronavirus deaths on Sunday, elevating the dying tally to 795,627 nationwide because the nation continues to grapple with the third wave of the an infection.

As per official knowledge from the NCOC, 55,128 assessments have been performed within the final 24 hours from which 5,611 assessments returned optimistic.

The positivity charge of the coronavirus in Pakistan stands at 10.17% as of as we speak (Sunday).

Amid a 3rd wave of the pandemic, the nation has reported 739,818 COVID-19 circumstances to this point for the reason that an infection was first reported final yr.

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