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Pakistan Coronavirus Imran Khan's Minister Shehryar Afridi tests COVID-19 Positive, the information is given on Twitter.


Islamabad;  There has been a sharp rise in new cases of coronavirus in Pakistan since the lockdown restrictions were relaxed. The number of corona infects in the country has crossed 69 thousand.

Pakistan Coronavirus: Imran Khan's Minister Shehryar Afridi tests COVID-19 Positive, the information is given on Twitter.


Meanwhile, Minister of State for Narcotics Control in Imran's government, Shehryar Afridi, has become infected with the Coronavirus. He himself has given information about being corona positive on Twitter.

On Saturday, Afridi tweeted, 'My coronavirus test has come positive. I have quarantined myself on the advice of physicians. He said that I need your prayers.'

Prior to Shehryar Afridi, the Corona report of many leaders of Pakistan has come positive. Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and National Assembly Speaker Asad Kaiser were found infected with the Coronavirus.

However, the two leaders have now recovered. At the same time, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani, who was earlier infected with Coronavirus, tweeted about Afridi's recovery soon.

3 thousand cases in 24 hours


There have been 3,039 new cases of infection in the last 24 hours in Pakistan. During this period, the number of people who died from corona in the country has increased to 1,447 with the death of 88 patients. Sindh and Punjab have the highest cases of infections. According to the Ministry of Health, so far 25 thousand 271 people in the country have recovered from corona infection.

Most infections in Sindh


Sindh, the worst affected by Coronavirus, has recorded 27,360 cases alone. This is followed by 25,056 cases in Punjab, 9,540 cases in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, 4,193 cases in Balochistan, 2,418 cases in Islamabad, 678 cases in Gilgit-Baltistan, and 251 cases in Ghulam Kashmir (PoK).

International flights restored in Pakistan


Pakistan has restored international flights amid the Corona epidemic. Earlier, domestic flights were started on 16 May. On May 9, the lockdown imposed in the country was relaxed to prevent the epidemic.

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