Pakistan recovers first patient of COVID-19

Worldwide News: First patient of coronavirus from Pakistan, a young student from Karachi; a city in Sindh province, who had contracted COVID-19 as a result of infection, has recovered completely after 10 days being in hospital in Karachi.

The patient after returning from Iranian’s holy city of Qum, had tasted positive for coronavirus on February 26 and was shifted to isolation ward of a private hospital in Karachi. He had traveled to as a part of a group of 28 pilgrims. After his test came positive, his family members were quarantined. They were discharged after they had tested negative.

On Thursday, Pakistan’s sixth case of the novel coronavirus had been reported in Karachi by provincial health department. The information released about patient was reported as a 69-year-old male residing in the city’s District East.
The patient after three times constant test during the 10 days of treatment, had been tested the last one coming out negative on Friday morning, according to officials of the Sindh government.

The Chief Minister of Sindh Murad Ali Shah congratulated the patient’s family and him for his safe recovery and made cheer of his victorious fight against COVID-19 when he was informed of the development.

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