Islamabad: Pakistan recorded a surge in deaths due to COVID-19 overnight as 11 people succumbed to the viral infection, media reports said on Friday.
The last time coronavirus death toll rose this high was on March 3, Geo News reported.
Meanwhile, the country's COVID-19 positivity ratio also witnessed a slight rise as 624 new infections were detected during the last 24 hours.
The new cases also surged the positivity rate to 3.83 percent.
COVID-19 Statistics 12 August 2022— NIH Pakistan (@NIH_Pakistan) August 12, 2022
Total Tests in Last 24 Hours: 16,299
Positive Cases: 624
Positivity %: 3.83%
Patients on Critical Care: 142
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