The number of COVID 19 cases in Nepal has crossed 21,000. In the last 24 hours, 259 people have been confirmed to be infected with corona, and the number of COVID-19 cases Nepal has reached 21 thousand and nine.
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population. Jageshwor Gautam said that with the increase of 259 new infections in the last 24 hours, the total number of infected has reached 21,009. While testing 7,687 samples in laboratories across the country, the infection has been confirmed in 62 people in Kathmandu Valley alone.
Covid-19 Cases Nepal District Wise
Out of these two hundred fifty-nine COVID-19 cases Nepal. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, Kathmandu has the highest number of infected people at 48.
Similarly, 26 people from Sarlahi, 23 from Morang, 22 from Kailali, 15 from Mahottari, 13 from Bhaktapur and 13 from Dhanusha, 12 from Sunsari, 11 from Achham and Banke, 9 from Rupandehi, 8 from Jhapa, 7 from Saptari and 7 from Bara and 6 from Rautahat have contracted corona. .
According to the Ministry of Health and Population MOPH Nepal, 5 people from Gulmi, three from Salyan, two each from Ilam, Siraha, Kapilvastu and Kaski, and one each from Lalitpur, Dhanusha, Bajhang, Parsa, Tanahu, Chitwan, Lamjung and Parbat have been confirmed to have corona infection.
According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, the number of infected people is five thousand nine hundred and twenty-five.
Of them, 334 are being treated in Province No. 1, 2,427 in Province No. 2, 716 in Bagmati Province, and 263 in Gandaki Province. In Province No. 5, 335 people are being treated in Karnali, 295 in Far-Western, and 1,555 in Far-Western. Gautam said.
Covid-19 Death Cases in Nepal
The number of covid-19 death cases in Nepal has reached 56. Another person has died in Nepal from corona virus (Covid-19). According to the Ministry of Health and Population, a 77-year-old woman of Adarsh Tol in Biratnagar Metropolitan City-5 of Morang has died due to corona.
According to the Ministry Of Health and Population spokesperson Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, the old woman was admitted to Koshi Hospital in the morning after suffering from fever and respiratory problems. She died while undergoing treatment for diabetes and high blood pressure. At the same time, the number of COVID 19 death toll in Nepal has reached 58.
Similarly, in the last 24 hours, 65 people have been discharged after recovering from corona infection. So far, 15,026 people have been released from coronation.