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BIRATNAGAR: Eleven people who were in isolation on suspicious of coronavirus have been discharged in State-1.
They were in isolation wards in various hospitals. Of them, five were women and six men.
According to the office of the chief minister, a total of 15 people were in isolation and 11 have been sent home on Monday.
The state government has established 438 isolation wards and 37 quarantine beds while 44 ICU beds in view of possible outbreak of corona virus.
The office sources shared that no one is admitted to ICU in the state till today.
The office further shared that a total of 610 have been kept in quarantine in the state so far.
Likewise, 2,847 are in home quarantine in the state. Meanwhile, throat swab of 85 persons were tested in the State of which 69 tested negative while others report is yet to come.
Now, the lab for the Coronavirus test is established at the BP Koirala Health Science Institute in Dharan in State 1.
According to Dhruba Subedi, press advisor to CM Sherdhan Rai, Rs 116,511,831 has been collected in State Corona Treatment Fund so far.