KATHMANDU:– Five more people died of corona infection on Wednesday.
Two people from Butwal and Janakpur and one person from Morang died on Wednesday. Today, the number of deaths due to corona infection in Nepal has reached 88, including five added. In one week, 25 people have died from the infection. A total of 63 people were dead on July 7, but the number has risen to 88 by Wednesday. A 25-year-old man and a 42-year-old man from Kapilvastu, who was admitted to Butwal-based Corona Special Hospital for treatment, died last night, said Dr. Rajendra Khanal, Medical Superintendent of Lumbini Provincial Hospital.
Among the dead, a 25-year-old man from Krishnanagar Municipality-10 was brought to Corona Special Hospital in critical condition at around 12 last night. He said that he died without being able to undergo a PCR test for coronavirus while undergoing treatment due to symptoms of coronavirus infection.
A 42-year-old man from Kapilvastu Municipality-2, who was admitted to the hospital on July 9 on the basis of symptoms of coronavirus infection, tested positive for corona on the same day. Dr. Khanal informed that he died while undergoing treatment on the ventilator of the hospital as his health condition was critical.
Similarly, a woman from Janakpur, who was admitted to Patan Hospital in Lalitpur for treatment, died on Wednesday. She was admitted to Patan Hospital on July 4.
Similarly, hotelier Krishna Giri of Janakpur also died on Wednesday. Giri, who had been undergoing treatment in Kathmandu for 20 days, died last night. He was diagnosed with coronary heart disease. Similarly, a man infected with corona died at BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan. A 55-year-old man of Morang’s Budhiganga Gaonpalika-2 died on Wednesday morning while undergoing treatment.
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