The first coronavirus case of Pakistan which was detected in Sindh has fully recovered according to government officials.
The tests conducted on the patient came negative. the patient belonged to Karachi and was a student. He is being sent home since the test was conducted three times and the last one confirmed he did not have the virus. He will be discharged on Friday.
“The patient was in isolation and treatment for the past 10 days and was tested three times. The third test was done this (Friday) morning and it came out negative after which he was cleared by the authorities,” Express Tribune reported.
Murad Ali Shah, Chief Health Minister congratulated the family of the recovered patient and called the progress great victory.
The patient was diagnosed with the virus on February 26 and was immediately taken to isolation. He went to the holy city of Qum in Iran with 28 other pilgrims.
The patient’s family was also taken under the radar as soon as the patient was diagnosed with the disease. However, the test results came out negative.
It was also revealed that the other two patients were also doing fine. One of the coronavirus patients was recovering very fast and the other is in stable condition.