Four hundred eight diagnostic tests were completed in the previous 24 hours to discover 161 new illnesses in the port city, according to the most recent data from the Sindh health department.
The city-by-city breakdown of the positivity rate revealed that Karachi has the highest positivity rate with 39.46 per cent, followed by Islamabad with 7.69 per cent.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) released data and statistics today showing that the daily positive rate for COVID-19 cases in Pakistan reached 5.46 per cent over the past 24 hours. This is the highest rate for a single day in over five months.
On February 17, the nation last had such a high positive ratio of 5.55 per cent. The death toll was at forty at the time.
In the previous 24 hours, according to the most recent statistics, 4,674 diagnostic tests were completed across the nation, of which 255 were positive.
According to the NIH, the status of 141 COVID-19 patients is serious, and they are being treated in intensive care units (ICU) at various medical facilities.
They claim that the sub-variants also infect persons who are already vaccinated or infected with COVD-19. However, there is no indication that they are causing severe illness in the vaccinated population.