1,814 COVID-19 patients recovered; 980 new cases in 24 hours

Kathmandu / Sept 6: As many as 1,814 people who had earlier tested positive for COVID-19 recovered and returned home in the past 24 hours in Nepal.

According to the Ministry of Health and Population, Nepal’s COVID-19 recovery tally now stands at 28,941.

The Ministry reported 980 new cases of coronavirus infection on Sunday, taking the nationwide Covid-19 count to 46,257. Of the infected, 290 are females while 690 are males.

As of Sunday afternoon, 2,458 COVID-19 patients in Province 1 and 8,127 in Province 2 have recovered and returned home. Similarly the recovery tally in Bagmati Province stands at 3,659 while that in Gandaki Province and Province 5 stand at 1,805 and 5,355, respectively. Similarly, 2,279 patients have recovered and returned home in Karnali Province and 5,258 in Sudur-paschim Province.

Similarly, the health ministry also confirmed nine more COVID-19 related deaths in the past 24 hours. Two of them are females and seven are males.

The deceased females were from Morang and Jhapa districts and the males were each from Morang, Parsa, Dhanusha and Chitwan and three from Kathmandu districts.

With this, Nepal’s COVID-19 death toll has reached 289.

354 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Kathmandu Valley

The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) on Sunday confirmed 354 new cases of COVID-19 in the Kathmandu Valley.

In 10,382 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the last 24 hours, as many as 354 persons were found with the virus infection in the valley itself, informed Dr. Jageshwor Gautam, spokesperson of the ministry in the daily press briefing today.

Of the 354 new cases, 290 were detected in Kathmandu while Bhaktapur and Lalitpur each recorded 32 new cases of the virus infection.

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