The Sindh government confirmed 41 new coronavirus cases in the province on Monday, bringing the national tally of coronavirus cases to 94.
Murtaza Wahab, Advisor to Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Information, tweeted on Monday morning that 76 cases of the virus had been reported in Sindh so far, out of which 2 patients have recovered.
Throughout the country, most of the patients who tested positive had traveled to Iran for pilgrimage. By March 11, the number of quarantined people in Taftan rose to 4,000 – 2,000 of these belonged to Sindh.
Around 300 pilgrims left for Sindh after the 14-day incubation period ended. They were quarantined in Sukkur again, inside a tent city set up by the Balochistan government for Pakistani nationals entering the country from Iran.