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72 people were infected with COVID-19, tally reaches 675 in Nepal

(Nepalese returning home from India after maintaining social distance for RDT test at Pashupatinagar checkpoint, Pashupatinagar, 12 June, 2020. Photo: Ganga Parajuli-RSS)

Phurpa Sherpa, KATHMANDU:- Another 72 new more cases have been found infected with COVID-19 today.

According to the Ministry Health and Population (MoHP) co- spokesperson Dr. Samir Kumar Adhikari confirmed 72 people have been confirmed to be infected with the COVID-19 informed by issuing a press statement.

According to the Ministry, among those infected people are three from Kathmandu, three in Dhanusha, twenty-six in Rautahat, two in Bara, two in Saptari, one in Bardiya, four in Banke, three in Kapilvastu, seven in Dailekh and twenty-one in Bara. The newly infected cases of COVID-19 people range in age from 15 to 51 year-old. Out of 72 infected one is a 25-year-old female from Dailekh and the rest are men.

Seventy-one males and one female were confirmed positive of COVID-19 at National Public Health Laboratory, Kathmandu, BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Rapti Academy of Health Sciences, Vector Borne Disease Research and Training Center, Hetauda, Surkhet Provincial Hospital, Bheri Hospital, Nepalgunj According to the Ministry Health and Population (MoHP) co- spokesperson Dr. Samir Kumar Adhikari.

With the addition of 72 infected people, the number of infected people in Nepal has reached 675 including three death cases and eighty-seven infected people have returned home after recovery.

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