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Nepal reports highest single-day coronavirus positive cases on Monday, total tally spikes to 1798 with 226 new cases
  Kathmandu, Nepal      June 01 2020


Kathmandu, Nepal, June 1, 2020: Nepal has reported highest single-day coronavirus (COVID-19) positive cases on Monday. The Ministry of Health and Population spokesperson revealed so while updating coronavirus situations of the country on Monday afternoon.

With the 226 new cases, Nepal's coronavirus tally soared to 1798. Among the newly infected cases, 213 are males while 13 females. As of Monday, the transmission of COVID-19 has been witnessed in 59 districts out of 77 districts across the nation. Likewise, out of total infected cases, 1,667 are males while 131 females.

According to spokesperson Devkota, Kathmandu-based National Public Health Laboratory alone reported 92 new cases of coronavirus while Karnali Academy of Health Sciences witnessed 43, Surkhet based lab 32, Dhulikhel-based laboratory 20, Seti Provincial Hospital Lab 18, Gandaki Province Lab three and Biratnagar based Koshi Hospital two. 

Among them, 41 people are from Dailekh district, 40 from Kapilvastu district, 38 from Sarlahi district, 19 from Jumla district, 18 from Rautahat district, 14 from Kailali district, 10 from Salyan district, nine from Dang district, seven each from Banke and Dhanusha districts, five each from Siraha and Surkhet districts, three from Nawalparasi district, two each from Jhapa and Mahottari districts and one each from Accham, Baitadi, Doti, Kanchanpur, Makawanpur, and Udayapur districts.