Nepal Covid-19 Cases: In the last 24 hours, 147 more people have been confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and one has died in various parts of Nepal.

Nepal Covid-19 tally hits 18,241 with 147 new cases; death toll climbs to 43

According to the Ministry spokesperson Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, the total number of infected people in Nepal has reached 18,241. Corona infections were confirmed in 100 people on Wednesday and 150 on Tuesday.

According to the district-wise statistics, 2 of the infected are from Dhankuta, 2 from Sunsari, 8 from Morang, 1 from Jhapa, 2 from Siraha, 7 from Saptari, 17 from Parsa, 2 from Bhaktapur, 5 from Kathmandu, 1 from Mahottari, 1 from Parbat, 2 from Lalitpur and 2 from Kaski.

Similarly, there are 1 from Syangja, 2 from Parbat, 13 from Rupandehi, 2 from Pyuthan, 1 from Nawalparasi, 5 from Surkhet, 1 from Salyan, 24 from Dailekh, 2 from Dadeldhura, 7 from Doti, 2 from Kailali, 1 from Bajhang and 30 from Kanchanpur.

At present, there are 5,358 active infected people. Of these, 124 are in Province 1, 1,897 in Province 2, 427 in Bagmati Province, 324 in Gandaki Province, 344 in Province 5, 304 in Karnali Province and 1,938 in Far Western Province are infected.

Nepal Covid-19 Death Updates:

The number of deaths due to coronavirus (Covid-19) infection in Nepal has reached 43. According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Jageshwar Gautam, one person died in Birgunj on Thursday. The 40-year-old man from Maisthan of Birgunj died on July 22. He was admitted to Narayani COVID Hospital due to respiratory problems.

A 60-year-old man and a 49-year-old Chinese woman from Dhanusha died of corona on Wednesday.

Nepal Covid-19 Discharge Updates:

In the last 24 hours, 156 people have returned home free of infection. So far, the number of people returning home free from infection has reached 12,840. Currently, 20 thousand 98 people are in quarantine. 5,358 people are in isolation.

There are 530 people in the red zone. Six districts including Panchthar, Bhojpur, Sankhuwasabha, Manang, Mustang and Rasuwa are free from infection.

Coronavirus Live Updates: COVID-19 Cases In Nepal Crosses 18000, Death toll climbs to 42

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