In a video message on Saturday, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah expressed concern over the COVID-19 situation within the province.
He said that 104 new cases and 6 deaths are reported within the province during the last 24 hours, which may be a matter of concern. “The emergence of latest coronavirus cases is 20 percent of the entire tests conducted during the last 24 hours, which is that the highest average across the planet ,” he said.
The Sindh chief minister said that 531 tests were conducted and of them 104 people tested positive. “The reason of the worsening situation is that the lockdown isn’t being implemented. The lockdown in Malir was weak. the amount of coronavirus patients is increasing in Hyderabad,” he added.
He said that 371 people have returned to their homes after the recovery and 13 more are returning to their homes today.