Even after almost six months of its emergence, the coronavirus pandemic has not yet ceased to disrupt the global economies.
All the measures such as social distancing, lockdown and hygiene practices taken by the governments seemed to be pointless in controlling the coronavirus spread.
While almost every country is being affected by the pandemic, the second wave of coronavirus could worsen the situation in the coming months.
Some countries including the USA and India are on the brink of the second wave of coronavirus as the governments have already eased the lockdown restrictions.
The global coronavirus infection cases have reached 9,714,805, with around 491,856 deaths and 5,250,085 recoveries.
Nepal has recorded a staggering number of 434 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, taking the total infections to 11,162.
On Thursday, a 50-year-old man from Lalitpur has succumbed to coronavirus while undergoing treatment at the Patan Hospital. With this, the coronavirus death toll in the country reached 26.
Meanwhile, a total of 312 patients were discharged from various hospitals after recovering from the coronavirus infection, taking the country’s total recovery cases to 2,650.
As of June 25, a total of 74,022 people are in various quarantine facilities and 8,486 COVID-19 patients are undergoing treatment at various isolation centers.
The month of June seems to be the worst period for Nepal as almost 10,000 COVID-19 cases of the total 11,162 were recorded in this period.
The coronavirus cases in the country increased by around 10,000 in the last 25 days from 1,800 on June 1 to over 11,000 on June 26.
At the time when the country is witnessing a sudden spike in coronavirus infections, the US Government has come forward to extend its support.
The United States of America has handed over NPR 50 million worth COVID-19 health supplies to the Nepali Government on June 23.
The US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry has handed over NPR 50 million worth COVID-19 health supplies to the Chief of Army Staffs Purnachandra Thapa at the Army Headquarters.
The medical supplies will be used to implement the “National Campaign Plan” for the prevention, response and control of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
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