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COVID-19 Update: Nepal Records 114 New Coronavirus Cases Today!

So far, the coronavirus has infected 886 people and claimed four lives in Nepal.
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COVID-19 Update: Nepal Records 114 New Coronavirus Cases Today!

The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread rapidly in Nepal, further threatening the nation’s already inadequate public health infrastructure.

In the last 24 hours, the Nepali Government has recorded 114 new COVID-19 cases, taking the country’s total count to 886. So far, four people have lost their lives due to contagion.

Meanwhile, 28 patients were discharged from various hospitals after a successful recovery. With this, the total recoveries in Nepal reached 183.

Latest Update: Coronavirus Nepal Update 28th May:156 fresh cases take the tally to 1,042

New COVID-19 Cases Include:

  • 35 cases – Rautahat district
  • 17 cases – Jhapa
  • 15 cases – Dang
  • 15 cases – Surkhet
  • 16 cases – Banke
  • 6 cases – Baglung
  • 11 cases – Saptari
  • 8 cases – Bara
  • 3 cases – Rukum East
  • 2 cases – Siraha

With the sudden rise in coronavirus infections, the Nepali Government has planned to procure adequate medical supplies from various countries.

A Nepal Airline’s (NA) plane is flying to China today to bring 28.66 tons of medical supplies to Nepal.

Earlier, the NA has signed an agreement worth NPR 2.25 billion with the Sinopharm Group to import 341 tons of medical equipment from China.

Province-wise COVID-19 Situation

Province  COVID-19 Cases Deaths  Recovered  Active Cases  Quarantined 
Province 1 104 0 30 74 1,827
Province 2 322 1 92 229 6,735
Bagmati 40 1 12 27 661
Gandaki 13 0 2 11 1,152
Province 5 365 2 38 325 20,675
Karnali 25 0 0 25 7,269
Sudoorpaschim 17 0 5 12 16,048
Total 886 4 179 703 54,367

Stay Tuned to Nepali Sansar for Daily Updates on COVID-19!

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