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Nepal: Six more person died of COVID-19 on Saturday morning

3 people from  Birgunj, 1 from  Lalitpur, Palpa, and Kaski district died on Saturday morning.
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KATHMANDU:-  3 people from  Birgunj, 1 from  Lalitpur, Palpa, and Kaski district died on Saturday morning.

The woman aged 50 of Kathmandu metropolitan city -21 Jaisidewal died in course of treatment at Patan Hospital of Lalitpur on Saturday morning.  She was admitted 2 weeks ago and was kept in Ventilator for treatment.

Similarly, 3 more deaths due to COVID-19 in Parsa district. 2 died on Friday night and 1 died on Saturday morning according to the information given by Narayani Hospital.  Likewise, a 37-year-old man of Birgunj Municipality died of COVID-19 while receiving treatment. He died on the way to Kathmandu for further treatment from the hospital.

Meanwhile, the death toll due to COVID-19 has reached 48 in Parsa district.

Similarly, in Lumbini Medical College Palpa, a 37-years-old woman of Tansen municipality-8 Madanepokhari died. She was admitted on 21st august and on 23rd august she was tested positive for corona infection. she died yesterday evening. In the Kaski district as well 1 more person died due to COVID-19 infection.  He was A 52- year- old man of Pokhara Metropolitan city. He died yesterday night according to doctors. With this death toll has reached 6 in Pokhara Academy of Health Science.

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