In the last 24 hours, 4,216 PCR samples were tested in 27 laboratories across the country and 186 corona infections were confirmed in Nepal.
According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, corona was confirmed in 186 more people on Thursday and the number of infected people has reached 17,844.
According to the district-wise statistics, 6 of the infected people are from Sunsari, 1 from Jhapa, 1 from Ilam, 1 from Morang, 2 from Jhapa, 1 from Siraha, 9 from Saptari, 2 from Dhunsha, 4 from Parsa, 46 from Bara, 2 from Kathmandu, 23 from Sarlahi, 4 from Solukhumbu, 1 from Lalitpur and 8 from Kaski.
Similarly, there are 1 from Lamjung, 2 from Tanahun, 1 from Syangja, 2 from Banke, 4 from Rolpa, 3 from Salyan, 7 from Rukum East, 6 from Dang, 2 from Dailekh, 4 from Surkhet, 1 from Humla, 1 from Kalikot, 40 from Doti and 1 from Kailali.
According to Gautam, 93 people are actively infected in Province 1, 1933 in Province 2, 399 in Bagmati Province, 384 in Gandaki Province, 410 in Province 5, 299 in Karnali Province and 2418 in Far Western Province.
In a regular media briefing held by the ministry on Monday, spokesperson Dr. According to Jageshwar Gautam, 173 people have been discharged in the last 24 hours. So far, the number of recoveries has reached 11,868. According to Gautam, the recovery rate in Nepal is 66.51 percent.
At present, the number of those living in isolation is 5,936 and the number of those living in quarantine is 22,228, according to the ministry.
The ministry said Corona had reached seven uninfected districts. According to Gautam, Bhojpur, Panchthar, Dhankuta, Sankhuwasabha, Rasuwa, Manang and Mustang districts are without infection.
Similarly, there are only three districts where more than 500 people have been infected. According to the ministry, there are more than 500 infected people in Rautahat, Kailali, and Bajura.