ISLAMABAD  Pakistan on Tuesday morning reported its lowest coronavirus deaths since the first wave of Covid-19 hit the country in early 2020. According to the figures released by the National Institute of Health (NIH) Pakistan, the number of infections nosedived to just 62 and there was only one death after a gap of eight days. The NIH data also showed the positivity rate plunging to 0.28 percent. As per the latest NIH data, after adding the only fatality reported on Tuesday, the death toll from the coronavirus crawled up to 30,362, whereas the number of total infections now stood at 1,526,728 after adding the 62 fresh cases. During the last 24 hours (Monday), 21,437 tests were conducted throughout Pakistan whereas the positivity ratio eased to 0.28 percent. The number of patients in critical care was 269. During the last 24 hours, as many as 81 patients recovered from the virus whereas the total recoveries stood at 1,486,960. As of Tuesday, the total count of active cases in the country was recorded at 9,406. As many as 576,380 coronavirus cases have so far been confirmed in Sindh, 505,435 in Punjab, 219,282 in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, 135,130 in Islamabad, 35,480 in Balochistan, 43,301 in Azad Kashmir and 11,720 in Gilgit-Baltistan. As many as 13,559 individuals have lost their lives to the pandemic in Punjab so far, 8,097 in Sindh, 6,322 in KP, 1,023 in Islamabad, 792 in Azad Kashmir, 378 in Balochistan and 191 in Gilgit Baltistan.