By Our Staff Reporter
QUETTA: After emerging 71 new cases of coronavirus, the affected patients of the Corona Virus reached 1049, and 770 people fell to the prey of deadly and novel coronavirus.
According to the Health Department, after diagnosing fresh positive 71 cases of Novel Corona, the affected patients reached 1049 hereon Thursday. The report further exposed that more than 770 persons had been affected of novel coronavirus at local level in which 14 cases from District Quetta, 14 from district of Mastung, 2 from district of Noshki, 6 cases of district Loralai, 9 cases from district Qillabadullah, 43 cases from district Pishin, 8 cases from district Sibi, 21 cases from district Jaffarad, one case from Harnai and Khuzdar and 5 cases from district Ziarat. The recent report and data these cases emerged at district level.
Till to date, 13 district of Zhob had been felling to the prey of deadly and novel coronavirus. In accordance with officials of the Health Department, 2 senior doctors of MS Fathima Jinnah Hospital totally 32 doctors, and 2 journalists fell to the prey of coronavirus.
Along with suffering 32 doctors, five-person of paramedics, 3 persons of nursing Staff, deputy director of PDMA, and even employee of chief minister house also suffered from coronavirus. All the governmental organizations and institutes including PDMA, Pakistan Army, FC, Levies, Police and district administration on an interval basis to affected and suffered patients of COVID-19.
On the other hand, 183 persons had been recovered from fatal coronavirus and go homes side by side its affected patients that reached 770 across Balochistan in which most cases were locally transmitted. In fighting the war against Coronavirus, ex provincial minister, senior dispenser of civil hospital, a child and women lost their lives because of the deadly novel of coronavirus.
Furthermore, the established hospital of Quetta including Sheikh Zahid Hospital and Fathima Jinnah Hospital isolated most of the patients at their homes who are suffering from Covid-19.