RAWALPINDI: A person died due to Covid-19 in the Rawalpindi district on Friday while 21 people tested positive for the virus and four patients discharged from the hospitals after recovery.

Mehmoodul Hassan, 96, resident of city areas, was brought to Fauji foundation Hospital on Nov 30 where died on Friday morning.

As per data shared by District

Health Authority, the positivity ratio of Covid-19 cases in the district was at 1.26pc as 1,658 samples were sent for testing which found the virus in 21 people.

In Rawalpindi district, there are 129 active patients of them 25 patients are in the hospitals including 15 from other districts and 104 patients are home isolated.

Mostly patients of Covid-19 were brought from the garrison city as two came from cantonment, five from city, two from Potohar Town.

Five patients arrived from Taxila, two from Kallar Syedan, one from Murree, two from Attock and one patient each from Islamabad and Chakwal.

There are 25 patients of Covid-19 are under treatment at different hospitals of Rawalpindi city including four at Benazir Bhutto Hospital, eight at Rawalpindi Institute of Urology, 11 at Fauji Foundation Hospital while one patient each at Bilal Hospital and Attock Hospital.

There are two patients on ventilator in Rawalpindi, 15 patients are on Oxygen and eight are stable.

Published in Dawn, December 4th, 2021



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