Thursday 24th September 2020

Nepal Reports 5 New COVID-19 Cases, Tally Reaches 57

However, there are no death cases in the country and 16 patients have already recovered.
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Nepal Reports 5 New COVID-19 Cases, Tally Reaches 57

So far, Nepal has reported 57 coronavirus positive cases and zero death cases. Currently, 38 patients are undergoing treatment at various hospitals while 16 have already recovered.

As of today, the global number of coronavirus infection cases have crossed 3.1 million mark while the death tally has risen to 217,985. Currently, there are 1,964,587 active cases and 955,824 recoveries.

COVID-19 Cases in Nepal

Lately, the Nepali Government has confirmed two new COVID-19 positive cases on April 28, 2020, taking the total number of coronavirus cases to 57.

According to the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), two persons from Rautahat with a recent travel history to India have tested positive for coronavirus.

Locality:

  • Brindaban Municipality-9
  • Debahigonahi Municipality

Earlier, the 24-year-old man was sent home from quarantine on April 18, 2020 after his PCR test results showed negative for coronavirus infection.

According to the MoHP, all the current 41 active patients are in mild condition.

Nepal COVID-19 Dashboard

  • Total Confirmed Cases: 57
  • Quarantined: 26,410
  • Isolated: 107
  • Active: 41
  • Recovered: 16
  • Deaths: ZERO
  • Total Swab Tested: 10,807

As of now, 26,410 coronavirus suspects are in quarantine across the country while 107 are in isolation wards.

So far, the Nepali Government has tested 54,826 people for coronavirus, 10,807 people through the PCR method and 44,019 through RDT method.

[ALSO READ: COVID-19 Cases in Nepal: ‘Province-wise’ Latest Updates]

The government has already extended the nationwide lockdown until May 7, 2020 in the view of the new COVID-19 cases reported across the country.

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