105-year-old Pak Army veteran from KP beats Coronavirus
The strain of the virus seems to have weakened, as said by researchers and scientists from across the globe.
It seems like the novel coronavirus won’t end anytime soon. Although said to be a more serious threat to the elderly, a 105-year-old man has stunned everyone after beating the virus.
The man, belonging to KP Charsadda, was discharged from the hospital after successfully fighting COVID-19.
According to reports, Fazal Rauf was ex-Army personnel. He was tested positive and had been isolated in the hospital ever since then. Later on, after days fighting the virus, he was tested again and the results this time came back negative. He was sent back home after that and is now in a stable condition.
The strain of the virus seems to have weakened, as said by researchers and scientists from across the globe. However, it affects everyone differently but is said to be most harmful to people above 50 or those who have an underlying disease.
This isn’t the first time something like this has happened. Previously, a 100-year-old man from China also successfully defeated the virus. Reports of aged people recovering from the virus have come from all parts of the world.
Coronavirus in Pakistan
Currently, Pakistan has 231,950 cases of coronavirus. The cases have seen a little bit of a decline, as the country is now reporting around 3,000 cases per day, this number previously was over 6,000.
Out of these, 140,965 have recovered and 4,922 have passed away.
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