Covid-19 Cases in Nepal: Corona infection has been confirmed in 224 people in Nepal in the last 24 hours. According to Gautam, spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population, the total number of COVID-19 cases in Nepal has reached 19,771.

Covid-19 Cases in Nepal and covid 19 death cases in Nepal

The infection was confirmed in 10,786 samples tested in laboratories across the country. This is the longest test ever conducted in Nepal in 24 hours. The number of active infected is five thousand three hundred and sixteen.

According to the ministry, among the 224 covid-19 cases in Nepal 41 people have been infected in Parsa. Similarly, corona infection has been confirmed in 32 people in Kathmandu, 25 in Bajhang, 18 in Kanchanpur, 16 in Darchula, 15 in Kailali and Morang, 13 in Jhapa and 10 in Baitadi.

Similarly, 4 people from Bara, 3 people from Rautahat, 3 people from Kaski, 3 people from Dang and 3 people from Doti, 2 people from Nuwakot, 2 people from Nawalpur, 2 people from Myagdi, 2 people from Gulmi and 2 people from Dailekh and one person each from Bhaktapur, Makwanpur, Dhanusha, Sarlahi, Saptari, Tanahu, Rupandehi and Banke have been confirmed infected. The Ministry of Health has stated.

As of Friday, the number of active covid-19 cases in Nepal has reached 5,316. Of these 5,316 covid-19 cases in Nepal, 222 are in Province 1, 2,034 in Province 2, 572 in Bagmati v, 324 in Gandaki Province, 385 in Province 5, 296 in Karnali Province and 1,483 in the Far Western Province.

Covid-19 Death Cases in Nepal: The number of deaths due to coronavirus (Covid-19) infection in Nepal has reached 56. According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population MOPH Nepal Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, four more people were confirmed dead by Corona on Friday and covid-19 death toll climbs to 56. Earlier, 52 people had died due to corona.

According to the ministry, the four who will be confirmed dead on Friday are from Parsa. According to spokesperson Gautam, a 56-year-old man from Shreepur, Birgunj Metropolitan City-11, a 35-year-old man from Birgunj-16, a 65-year-old man from Birgunj-2 and a 65-year-old woman from Lalitpur Thasikhel have died.

A woman from Thasikhel 5, Lalitpur, Birgunj-11, died while undergoing treatment at Patan Hospital, Lalitpur, said spokesperson Dr. Gautam. The diabetic woman was admitted to the hospital on July 20. She was admitted to Star Hospital for treatment for fever, cough and respiratory problems. She was referred to Patan after her corona infection was confirmed. She was admitted to Patan Hospital for treatment on July 20. At the same time, the number of deaths from corona in Nepal has reached 56.

A 56-year-old man living in Sreepur of Birgunj Metropolitan City-11 has died due to corona. Corona was confirmed to be a heart patient on July 20. He was admitted to Gandak Temporary Corona Hospital on July 25. He died at Gandak Hospital at 11 pm on Thursday.

Similarly, another 65-year-old resident of Chhapkaiya of Birgunj Mahanagarpali-2 has died on July 31. Corona was confirmed after his death.

Similarly, a 35-year-old man of Birgunj Metropolitan City Ward No. 16 died while undergoing treatment at Gandak Hospital on July 31. He was admitted to Terai Hospital through a private clinic on July 19. His health did not improve and he was admitted to Gandak Hospital. Corona was confirmed on the 15th while collecting his sample. Similarly, another 65-year-old man of Birgunj-2 also died due to corona on July 30. Gautam said. after his death, the Corona report came back positive.

Covid-19 Discharge Cases In Nepal: During this period, 151 people have been discharged after fully recovering from corona infection. So far, the number of discharges has reached 14,399. Ministry spokesperson Dr. Jageshwar Gautam said that the recovery rate has reached 72.8.

On Friday, 151 infected people have recovered and returned home. A total of 831 people have been discharged in Province No. 1, 3,101 in Province No. 2, 526 in Bagmati Province and 1,244 in Gandaki Province. Similarly, 3,971 people have been discharged in Province No. 5, 1,718 in Karnali Province and 3,008 in Far Western Province.

Currently, there are 12,111 people in quarantine. There are 1,277 people in Province No. 1, 1,731 people in Province No. 2, 916 people in Bagmati Province and 3,165 people in Gandaki Province. Similarly, there are 1,674 in Province No. 5, 494 in Karnali Province and 2,854 in Far Western Province.

Nepal Covid-19 tally hits 19,547 with 274 new cases; death toll climbs to 52

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