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Coronavirus News (June 4): Nepal Records Highest 334 COVID-19 Cases!

The nation’s infection cases reach 2,634 with 10 death cases.
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Coronavirus News (June 4): Nepal Records Highest 334 COVID-19 Cases!

According to the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), Nepal has reported its highest single-day spike in coronavirus infections today with 334 new COVID-19 cases.

With this, the total number of coronavirus cases in the country climbed to 2,634.

Meanwhile, a 45-year-old man from Palpa died in the course of treatment in the Palpa Mission Hospital, taking the total death toll to 10.

However, 12 patients were discharged after a successful recovery, taking the total recoveries to 290.

According to the MoHP, the Nepali Government has tested 4,924 samples through the PCR method in the last 24 hours, taking the total PCR test to 84,134.

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Province-wise COVID-19 Situation

Province  COVID-19 Cases Deaths  Recovered  Active Cases  Quarantined 
Province 1 197 0 48 135 3,965
Province 2 963 2 103 521 22,702
Bagmati 59 3 17 31 3,227
Gandaki 53 0 2 21 4,297
Province 5 898 3 66 520 41,683
Karnali 383 1 0 122 32,565
Sudoorpaschim 81 1 7 21 49,820
Total 2,634 9 290 2,335 161,262

As the country is reeling under the socioeconomic implications of the COVID-19, the World Bank has come forward to help Nepal tackle the pandemic and uplift the economy.

On June 5, 2020, the World Bank has pledged NPR 12 billion for Nepal under the Development Policy Loan.

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The WB aims at improving the financial condition of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) while encouraging transparency, accountability and reconstruction.

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