About 33% of Afghanistan's populace - or 10 million individuals - has been contaminated with the coronavirus, as per wellbeing service gauges distributed Wednesday.
The figure originates from an overview dependent on counteracting agent tests on around 9,500 individuals the nation over, with specialized help from the World Health Organization, wellbeing pastor Ahmad Jawad Osmani said at a press preparation.
The review evaluated that 31.5 percent of the populace had gotten the infection, with the most elevated disease rate in Kabul where the greater part of the city's 5,000,000 populace was thought to have been tainted.
Be that as it may, the nation of around 32 million individuals has just constrained testing limits and has formally pronounced only 36,000 cases and over 1,200 passings.
"A second rush of the contamination is going on wherever on the planet and we can't be a special case. We will utilize the discoveries of this overview to all the more likely set ourselves up for a potential second wave," Osmani said.
More than 18 million individuals worldwide have been contaminated with the infection since it originally arose in China toward the end of last year.
The infection entered Afghanistan in February as a large number of transients came back from neighboring Iran, which at the time was the area's most exceedingly terrible hit country for the infection.
From that point forward Afghanistan, as of now wracked by many years of war, has been assaulted by COVID-19.
An overview of the death pace of coronavirus Afghanistan is in progress.