Nepal Covid-19 Cases: In the last 24 hours, 109 more people in Nepal have been confirmed to be infected with the corona virus (Covid-19).
In the last 24 hours, 4,075 samples were tested and 109 reports were positive. There are currently 5,385 infected corona in Nepal. The total number of infected people is 18,483. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, the number of infected people in Nepal has reached 18,483 so far.
Nepal Covid-19 Death Updates: The number of deaths due to coronavirus (Covid-19) infection in Nepal has reached 45. According to the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, the death toll has risen to 45 after a young woman died in Birgunj on Friday.
A young woman who was undergoing treatment in isolation of the temporary Covid Hospital at Gandak in Birgunj died on Friday. The 19-year-old girl from Parwanipur of Bara was admitted to Birgunj Health Care Hospital on Wednesday due to health problems.
She was taken to the temporary Covid-19 Hospital in Gandak from Birgunj Health Care around 9:30 pm on Thursday. Although her RDT was positive, the PCR report came only after his death. Spokesperson Gautam’s deceased young woman had diarrhea during the treatment in isolation and her body was deficient in oxygen.
Nepal Covid-19 Discharge Updates: Similarly, 106 people have been discharged in 24 hours. 70.6 percent of the infected have recovered. As of Saturday, the number of people returning home without coronation has reached 13,053.
The recovery rate in Nepal is currently 70.6 percent, said a spokesperson for the Ministry of Health and Population. Jageshwar Gautam said.
At present, there are 5,385 active infected people in the country and 18,183 in quarantine, according to the ministry.
As 4,075 samples were tested in laboratories across the country, the rate of corona infection has been declining in recent days, while the infection has dropped to zero in six districts. According to spokesperson Gautam, there is zero corona in Panchthar, Bhojpur, Sankhuwasabha, Rasuwa, Manang, and Mustang.