Kathmandu, Nepal, July 27, 2020: Nepal’s coronavirus infection tally has reached to 18,752 after 139 new cases confirmed in various parts of the country in the past 24 hours on Monday.
According to Jageshwar Gautam, spokesperson for the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), 139 new cases of coronavirus detected during PCR tests conducted in various labs across the country in the past 24 hours. There are currently 4,950 active cases of coronavirus across the country.
As of Monday, here are currently 195 active cases of coronavirus in Province 1, 1,911 in Province 2, 402 in Bagmati Province, 244 in Gandaki Province, 353 in Province 5, 375 in Karnali Province and 1,740 in Sudurpaschim Province.
Death toll reaches to 48
Nepal’s coronavirus related death has reached to 48 after 3 persons died due to the coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Death of a 65-year-old Indian national, who was living in Birgunj Municipality-10, died on Sunday due to the icoronavirus.
Though the deceased was heart and diabetes patient, he was tested of coronavirus positive while conducting tests after the death.
Likewise, a 36 years old man from Sahidnagar Municipality-3 of Dhanusha district succumbed to the coronavirus infection while receiving treatment at the Provincial Hospital, Janakpur on Sunday.
Similarly, a 60 years old man from Feta Rural Municipality-3 of Bara district also died due to the coronavirus on Monday while receiving treatment at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj.
626 patients recovered
Likewise, 626 patients infected earlier of coronavirus have returned home after recovery in last 24 hours. With the new recovery cases, Nepal’s total recovery tally has reached to 13,794.
According to Dr Jageshwar Gautam, spokespersons for the Ministry of Health and Population, there are 4,950 active cases of COVID-19 across the nation.
As of Monday, 789 coronavirus patients recovered in Province 1, 2,972 in Province 2, 517 in Bagmati Province, 1,204 in Gandaki Province, 3,910 in Province 5, 1,608 in Karnali Province and 2,754 in Sudurpsachim Province.