Nepal covid 19 New Update: With 418 new cases Nepal Coronavirus tally hits 20,750. In the last 24 hours, 418 people have been confirmed to be infected with corona virus (Covid-19) in Nepal.
According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Jageshowor Gautam the number of covid-19 cases in Nepal has reached 20,750.
Nepal Covid 19 Cases District wise: According to the Ministry of Health and Population, corona infection has been confirmed in 71 people in Parsa. Infection has been confirmed in 67 people from Kailali, 51 from Saptari, 46 from Morang, 43 from Kathmandu, 31 from Mahottari, 30 from Dhanusha, 16 from Kanchanpur and 8 people from Banke and 8 people from Kaski.
Similarly, 5 in Bhaktapur, 5 in jhapa and 5 in Sunsari, 4 in Bara and 4 in Achham, 3 in Lalitpur, 2 in Sarlahi, 2 in Rautahat, 2 in Surkhet, 2 in Dailekh and 2 in Rukum West and 1 in Rasuwa, Chitwan, Gulmi, Dolakha, Syangja, Rupandehi, Bardiya, and Dang.
At the same time, Nepal coronavirus tally has reached 20,750. Of them, 57 have died and 14,916 have recovered.
Nepal Covid 19 Discharge Updates: In the last 24 hours, 358 people have recovered and the number of those who have recovered has reached 14,961. 875 people have been discharged in Province No. 1, 3176 in Province No. 2, 543 in Bagmati Province and 1330 in Gandaki Province. Similarly, 4,066 people have been discharged in Province No. 5, 1,723 in Karnali and 3,248 in Far Western Province.
According to the ministry, 398,907 tests have been conducted so far using PCR method on Monday. Similarly, 10 thousand 768 PCR tests have been done in the last 24 hours.
Similarly, the number of people in quarantine so far is 10 thousand 452. There are 1,296 people in Province No. 1, 1,144 in Province No. 2, 826 in Bagmati Province and 2,795 in Gandaki Province. Similarly, 1,340 people are in quarantine in Province No. 5, 514 in Karnali Province and 2,537 in Far Western Province.
Similarly, the number of people living in isolation is 5 thousand 732 people across the country. Of them, 290 are being treated in Province No. 1, 2,357 in Province No. 2, 651 in Bagmati Province, and 272 in Gandaki Province. Similarly, there are 315 in Province No. 5, 298 in Karnali Province, and 1,549 in Far Western Province.