Nepal COVID-19 Update: 1,948 New Cases, 2,140 Recoveries, 28 Fatalities In Last 24 Hours

KATHMANDU:- In the last 24 hours, an additional 1,948 people have been confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus (Covid-19).

A total of 9,210 samples tested in laboratories across the country confirmed the infection in 774 women and 1,174 men.

At the same time, the total number of infected people has reached 226,026. Of them, 1,389 have died and 2,7,998 have been infected. In the last 24 hours alone, 2,140 people have been infected.

There are 16 thousand 639 active infections across the country. Of them, 345 are undergoing treatment in ICU and 63 in ventilator.

According to the ministry, 835 infected people have been added in the Kathmandu Valley, out of which 635 are from Kathmandu, 113 from Lalitpur and 87 from Bhaktapur.

193 from Jhapa, 90 from Kaski, 82 from Chitwan, 72 from Morang, 53 from Sunsari, 51 from Dang, 51 from Dhanusha, 47 from Rupandehi, 37 from Makwanpur, 31 from Kavre, 30 from Gulmi, 28 from Sankhuwasabha, 25 from Palpa, 20 from Siraha and 1 from Ilam and Nawalpur. Corolla infection has been confirmed in 17/17 people in Nawalparasi and Banke, 15 in Tanahun, 14 in Gorkha, 13 in Mahottari, Syangja, Darchula and Baitadi, 12 in Baglung and 10 in Saptari.

8/8 from Udaipur, Sarlahi, Sindhupalchok, Lamjung, Kapilvastu and Pyuthan, 7 from Panchthar, 6/6 from Parbat and Dadeldhura, 5 from Nuwakot, 4/4 from Dolakha, Sindhuli, Arghakhanchi, Bardia and Bajura, Bhojpur, Parsa, Bara. According to the ministry, 3/3 people from Rautahat, Dhading, Ramechhap, Myagdi, Rolpa and Kailali, 2/2 people from Khotang, Terhathum, Jumla, Achham and Doti and 1/1 people from Okhaldhunga, Dhankuta, Rasuwa and Kanchanpur have been infected.

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