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Seven new cases of COVID-19 infection on Monday

(Health workers collect swabs for the PCR test of journalists and security personnel in Khotang, who will be on the front lines during the government-imposed curfew to control the corona virus infection. Halesi, Khotang, 12 June, 2020.)

KATHMANDU:- New seven cases of COVID-19 have confirmed in the country on Monday. With this, the number of COVID-19 infected has reached 682 and of them, 602 are male while 80 are female.

According to the spokesperson at the Ministry of Health and Population, Dr Bikas Devkota, the new cases were seen in Achham, Bardiya, Kathmandu and Parsa districts.

Spokesperson Devkota shared it in a regular press briefing at the Ministry today. According to him, the new infected are: 32-year-old man of Achham, 18, 22 and 24-year-old men of Bardiya, 28-year-old man of Kathmandu and 18-year-old man of Parsa.

He added that one infected person died of COVID-19 today and with it, the death toll from COVID-19 reaches four in the country so far.
Dr Devkota shared that 25 infected people were discharged after complete recovery today itself.

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