Five doctors, including two lady doctors, have tested positive for coronavirus in a Ratodero town on Thursday.
During 44 days blood screening of 28,308 people was completed.
The world health body's team will visit Larkana, Ratodero and surrounding areas to inspect the HIV Aids situation.
According to sources, the government has decided to consult to the world health bodies and summoned a meeting with the international partners over the crisis situation in Ratodero in district Larkana.
The number of HIV-positive cases rose to 337 in Ratodero as 72 new cases were identified on Friday in the area.
Dr Sikander Memon, in-charge of the Aids Control Programme in Sindh, said, "With the detection of 50 new cases, the tally of confirmed HIV cases have reached to 265 in Ratodero.
Sindh’s health ministry has failed to determine the causes of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) outburst in Larkana where so far 157 people, including 127 children have been tested positive for HIV.