Pakistan joins India to question WHO's Covid Death Count

Pakistan joins India to question WHO’s Covid Death Count

The Pakistani government has rejected the World Health Organization (WHO) report on the number of COVID-19 deaths in the country, questioned the UN agency’s methodology for collecting data, and is used to match the numbers. I assumed there was an error in the software.

In a recent report, WHO estimated that there were 260,000 COVID-19 deaths in Pakistan. This is eight times the official number. According to official records, 30,369 COVID-19s have died and more than 1.5 million have been infected in Pakistan.

“we [authorities] I’ve manually collected data on Covid’s death, and although there can be hundreds of differences, I can’t collect hundreds of thousands of data. This is completely unfounded. “

According to the report, either the coronavirus or its impact on the overwhelming health system over the last two years around the world has killed about 15 million people, more than double the official death toll of 6 million. I did. Most of the dead were in Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Minister Patel said the government explained the calculation process to WHO in a memo denying the number of World Health Organizations.