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Nepal reports Six Covid-19-related death, tally reached 1,212

(Citizens of Doti, Bogtan Foodsil village from India are being taken from Dipayal on Friday to be kept in the quarantine constructed by the village, Doti, 16 June, 2020. Photo: Vimal Bahadur Bishta)

Phurpa Sherpa, KATHMANDU:- The number of people infected with COVID-19 has increased to 1,212 now in Nepal.
According to the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), the number of infected people has risen to 1,212 after the infection was confirmed in 170 people on Friday.
And the death of a 35-year-old male from Bhumikastan Municipality, Argakhachi was confirmed due to COVID-19. He died on May 23 while returning Nepal from India. And most of the people in contact with him are currently in quarantine and samples are being collected by identifying other people in contact with him and the deaths due to coronavirus infection in Nepal have been reached six, said the Ministry.

The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) spokesperson Dr. Bikash Devkota, among those confirmed cases are from Bara, Jhapa, Saptari, Myagdi, Parsa, Sarlahi, Banke, Nawalparasi, Kapilvastu, Rautahat, Dang and Rupandehi have been identified with COVID-19 informed in the regular press briefing.

The number of people returning home after recovery has also increased in Nepal. At the same time, the number of COVID-19 infected people in Nepal has reached 1,212 including six death cases. So far, the number of those who have recovered and returned home has reached 206.

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