COVID-19 reemerges in Pakistan with 95 new cases and one fatality reported.

Just when it seemed that the nation had successfully battled back the coronavirus, COVID-19 has made an unexpected return.

In the past week, Pakistan has documented 95 new cases of the virus, and tragically, one individual has succumbed to the disease.

Data from the National Institute of Health reveals that a total of 8,285 COVID-19 tests were administered across the country during the last week. Among these tests, 95 individuals tested positive for the virus, resulting in a positivity rate of 1.15%.

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), one person from Lahore lost their life to COVID-19 during the past week. Additionally, the condition of another patient is currently critical, underscoring the ongoing threat posed by the virus.