Pakistan-reports-11th-COVID-19-death;-1,369-cases-confirmedKhyber Pakhtunkhwa Finance and Health Minister Taimur Jhagra announced on Monday that he has gone into isolation after testing positive for the coronavirus. The KP health minister, in a tweet, said that he was otherwise “fine and healthy” but had “a slight cough”. “I will continue to work from home, health permitting, Insha’Allah, and hope to be back as soon as possible,” said Jhagra. He also advised the people who had come into contact with him to get themselves tested. Jhagra is the latest in a long list of politicians to test positive for the coronavirus. Earlier on Saturday, Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla also announced that he had tested positive for coronavirus. Since the start of the pandemic, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser, former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, and Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid are among the politicians that have tested positive and recovered from the disease. Pakistan has so far officially registered over 310,000 coronavirus infections, with 6,466 deaths from the pandemic. The total active COVID-19 cases in Pakistan on Monday were recorded 8,353 as 566 more people tested positive for the deadly virus during the last 24 hours. Nine corona patients, eight out of which were under treatment in hospital and one died out of hospital on Sunday, according to the latest update issued by the National command and Operation Centre (NCOC). No COVID affected person was on ventilator in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and Balochistan, while 80 ventilators elsewhere in Pakistan, out of 1,912 allocated for COVID-19 patients, were occupied. Some 28,887 tests were conducted across the country on Sunday, including 9,700 in Sindh, 9,528 in Punjab, 3,726 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), 3,544 in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), 1,179 in Balochistan, 502 in Gilgit Baltistan (GB), and 708 in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).