CORONA VIRUS KILLS 83 MORE PEOPLE IN PAKISTAN
LAHORE: The global epidemic of corona virus has claimed 83 more lives in Pakistan, bringing the death toll to 26,580. After 3,689 new cases were reported, the total number of victims has reached 1,197,887.
According to the latest Corona data from the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), 61,128 Corona tests were conducted across the country in the last 24 hours, with a positive rate of 6.03%.
It may be recalled that the highest number of deaths due to corona virus was recorded in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after Sindh yesterday. There were 84 deaths from the corona virus yesterday, of which 38 were from patients on ventilators and 4,062 from across the country. 19 tests came positive.
Code on ventilators in 4 major cities of the country. In terms of the proportion of 19 patients, Bahawalpur has 47%, Lahore 55%, Multan 70% and Islamabad 38%.
Similarly, in the four major cities of the country, the proportion of positive cases of corona on oxygen beds is 72 per cent in Gujranwala, 77 per cent in Swabi, 63 per cent in Gujarat and 57 per cent in Multan.
Yesterday, 63,161 tests were conducted out of which 21,062 were tested in Sindh, 22,902 in Punjab, 11,637 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 4,560 in Islamabad, 1,249 in Balochistan, 646 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 1,105 tests were conducted in Azad Kashmir.
In Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan, no cod patients are currently on ventilators, while there are 538 patients on ventilators across the country.
Nagoon (India): In the Indian state of Assam, a high example of love for a husband’s wife has come to light. Mohafizuddin’s wife ran away with other people 25 times in 10 years, but Mohafizuddin says he loves her and is ready to accept her for the 26th time.
According to IANS, Mohafizuddin, a resident of Dhang Lahkar village in Nagun district of Assam, drives a car and was married in 2011. He has three children. The eldest daughter is 6 years old and the youngest The son was only three months old when his wife left him.
“I still love my wife and still want her back,” Mohafizuddin told the media. The guard said that she goes every time and comes back and promises that she will not go anywhere in the future but then runs away with another man. “I really love him and want him back,” the guard said.
Neighbors of the guard say that the guard’s wife has illicit relations with other youths in the village and she runs away with them. After three or four weeks or months, her father-in-law returns.