Nepal’s COVID-19 tally spikes to 191 after new cases confirmed today. Another 83 people were confirmed to be infected with the corona virus in Nepal on 12th May.
Another 26 people were confirmed to have corona virus (Covid-19) on Tuesday. Corona was confirmed in 57 people in the morning. Similarly, the number of corona confirmed on the same day has reached 83.
A report of 83 people tested positive for PCR samples at the National Public Health Laboratory, Kathmandu, on Tuesday.
On Tuesday evening Kathmandu and Bhaktapur also tested positive for corona. According to the Joint Spokesperson, the corona has been confirmed in a 25-year-old woman and a 27-year-old man in Bhaktapur. Corona was seen in a 33-year-old woman in Kathmandu. Earlier, all the infected people in the valley had recovered.
Similarly, 18 people have been confirmed infected in Parsa. Infections have been reported in women aged 22, 28, 28, 32, 45 and 60 and in men aged 16, 22, 24, 25, 25, 28, 28, 32, 55, 59, 61 and 61.
According to the Joint Spokesperson Adhikari, 18 women and 12 men from Parsa, 18 from Mahottari, Dhanusha, Bhaktapur, six each from Kathmandu and Sarlahi have tested positive for corona. Earlier in the afternoon, corona was confirmed among 39 people including two journalists in Parsa, 9 in Rupandehi, 8 in Kapilvastu and 57 in Bara.
So far, 228 potentially infected people are in isolation. 12,785 people have been kept in quarantine. According to the ministry, samples of 18,964 PCRs and 59,627 RDT methods have been tested till Tuesday. In the last 24 hours, 2236 people were tested for corona.
RDT testing is being conducted in all the seven states. Of these, 8 thousand 063 in State 1, 5 thousand 935 in State 2, 9 thousand 316 in Bagmati, 6 thousand 514 in Gandaki, 7 thousand 221 in State 5, 7 thousand 763 in Karnali and 15 thousand 415 in Far Western Province and 59 thousand 627 RDT tests. Has arrived
The joint spokesman said that the health condition of all of them is normal. Along with this, the number of corona infections in Nepal has reached to 191. Of them, 34 have recovered and returned home.