Karachi: The sixth case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Pakistan. The Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Health Services Dr. Zafar Mirza has confirmed the sixth case of coronavirus in Sindh here on Thursday. Pakistan reports sixth coronavirus case in Sindh
Taking to his Twitter handle, Dr. Zafar Mirza has informed the masses about the confirmation of the sixth coronavirus patient.
He wrote, “6th case of #coronavirus in Pakistan is confirmed.”
236/ 6th case of #coronavirus in Pakistan is confirmed. The patient is in clinically stable condition in Sindh and is being well taken care of.
— Zafar Mirza (@zfrmrza) March 5, 2020
“The patient is in clinically stable condition in Sindh and is being well taken care of,” he further added.
It is worth noticing that the Sindh government has been fighting against the coronavirus after the confirmation of the first two cases of coronavirus last week.
Dr. Mirza had announced
Dr. Mirza had announced during a press conference, “We have received reports of two more positive cases of coronavirus, one has been reported in Sindh province, (the) other in federal areas.”
According to the recent reports, Coronavirus has entered almost 76 countries leaving its devastating effects on the human body. Reports revealed that more than 3,100 deaths have been occurred in different countries because of the virus. While it has infected more than 80,000 people around the world.
It first begins from Wuhan, a city in China.
To avoid this lethal virus, the Sindh government had shut down all the schools, colleges, universities, tuition centers, and other educational institutions till March 13, 2020.