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- Pakistan reports coronavirus positivity rate of 2.94% Tuesday morning.
- This is the first time country has reported a positivity rate below 3% since February 14 when the positivity rate stood at 2.61%.
- National Command and Operation Centre says 1,383 new COVID-19 cases detected in last 24 hours.
Men wearing face masks on their chins cross a street in Karachi as Pakistan eases coronavirus restrictions amid a sharp drop in infections. Photo: Reuters
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan continues to report a decline in coronavirus cases, with the positivity rate going under 3% for the first time in almost four months on Tuesday.
The last time the country reported a positivity rate below 3% was on February 14 when the positivity rate stood at 2.61%. The positivity rate currently stands at 2.94% across the country.
As many as 53 more people lost their lives to coronavirus in the last 24 hours, pushing the national death tally to 21,376 as per the National Command and Operation Centre's recent (NCOC) data.
The NCOC tweeted that 1,383 new infections had emerged in the last 24 hours, taking the total caseload to 935,013 across the country.