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Three people die from COVID-19 in Bagmati Province

06 June 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Three persons have lost their lives to coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bagmati Province.

According to the Province’s Social Development Ministry, the coronavirus infection has been confirmed in 83 people while 31 have already returned home by defeating it.

Remaining 49 are undergoing medical treatment.

Among the deaths are -one each from Sindhupalchowk, Dolakha and Lalitpur districts, according to the Ministry.

Among 13 districts in the Bagmati, Kathmandu has the highest infections rate with 23 followed by 19 in Ramechhap, six each in Chitawan, Kavrepalanchowk, and Makwanpur, five in Bhaktapur, four each in Dhading and Sindhuli, three each in Lalitpur and Nuwakot, and two each in Sindhupalchowk and Dolakha.

At present 3,100 people have been quarantined in the Province; around 500 people are in home quarantine and 44 in isolation.

There are 8,116 quarantine beds in several eight locations and 1,006 isolation beds across the Province.

To date, 10,103 people have gone the coronavirus tests through PCR procedures and 26,663 through the RDT; and of them, 525 results show the development of anti-body.

Publish Date : 06 June 2020 15:24 PM

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