COVID-19 update: 1,790 new cases, 2,791 recoveries and 24 deaths in 24 hours

Kathmandu / Nov. 24: With 1,790 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed on Tuesday, Nepal’s COVID-19 tally has surged to 224,078.

“As many as 1,790 persons were found with the novel coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours,” revealed the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) in its daily update.

Currently, there are 17,859 active cases of COVID-19 and 627 persons, mostly those who had returned from abroad, are placed in quarantine.

Meanwhile, some 2,791 patients who were either receiving treatment in various institutional isolations or staying in home isolation recovered from the infection in the last 24 hours. Nepal has recorded 204,858 COVID-19 recoveries until now.

Moreover, 24 patients succumbed to the novel coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours taking the nation’s COVID-19 death toll to 1,361.

947 new cases in Kathmandu Valley

The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) on Tuesday confirmed 947 new cases of COVID-19 in Kathmandu Valley.

Of the total 1,790 new infections recorded across the nation on Tuesday, 947 new cases, 410 females and 537 males were recorded in the Kathmandu Valley itself, revealed the MoHP in its daily update.

Currently, there are 7,744 active cases of COVID-19 in Kathmandu. The capital city’s COVID-19 tally stands at 84,517 including 76,442 recoveries and331 fatalities.

Likewise, Bhaktapur has recorded 7,588 infections until now of which, 6,893 patients have already recovered while 87 succumbed to the infection. There are 608 active cases in Bhaktapur.

Lalitpur district has recorded 12,577 cases of novel coronavirus infection until now including 10,897 recoveries and 91 deaths. Currently, there are 1,589 active cases in Lalitpur.

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