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Nepal Reports 170 Fresh Cases; Total COVID-19 Cases Rise to 1,212

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Nepal Reports 170 Fresh Cases; Total COVID-19 Cases Rise to 1,212

With 171 new cases on May 29, 2020, Nepal’s Covid-19 toll touched 1,212.

According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 165 of the fresh cases were men, and only 5 were women.

As per the government records, Jhapa registered 28 cases, followed by Banke (10), 4 in Saptari and Bara and one each from Sarlahi, Myagdi, among others.

Rauhat registered the highest number of cases at 56, followed by Kapilvastu (51) in the last 24 hours.

A total of 206 have been discharged so far. Overall, the disease has spread to 52 out of 77 districts, touching all provinces.

  • Province 2 has the highest number of cases, with 490 cases in all eight districts.
  • Province 3 is next in the list with 443 cases, followed by Provine 1 that has 157 cases in its eight districts.
  • While Gandaki has the least number of cases at 20 in five districts.
  • Overall, more than 99,000 people are in quarantine, and 1,000 are under isolation across the nation.
  • Six people have died of Covid-19 in Nepal, so far.

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Province-wise COVID-19 Situation in Nepal

Province  COVID-19 Cases Deaths  Recovered  Active Cases  Quarantined 
Province 1 158 0 30 128 2,027
Province 2 489 2 96 392 7,817
Bagmati 43 2 12 29 973
Gandaki 20 0 2 18 1,282
Province 5 434 3 38 393 22,495
Karnali 47 0 0 47 9,792
Sudoorpaschim 21 0 5 16 20,463
Total 1,212 6 183 1,023 64,849

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