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312 COVID-19 patients discharged in past 24 hours

25 June 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Another 312 people have been discharged from different hospitals after recovering from coronavirus infection in Nepal.

With this, the number of people recovering from coronavirus in Nepal has reached 2,650 so far.

Of those discharged in the last 24 hours, 19 are women and 293 are men.
In the last 24 hours, 312 people have returned home after recovering from coronavirus. Among them, 21 men from Jaleshwor Hospital Mahottari, two women and five men from Dullu Hospital have returned home after recovering.

Similarly, three women and 77 men from Gaurishankar Hospital, Rautahat, 69 men from Alpine Hospital, Sarlahi, one man from Armed Police Force COVID Hospital, Balambu, two men from TU Teaching Hospital, two women and four men from Isolation Center, Khajuraho Banke and two women from Bardiya have returned home.

Three men from Isolation Center Vanakatuwa in Banke, one woman and 10 men from Isolation Center Rapti Sonari in Banke, six men from Isolation Center Pipri Kohalpur in Banke, six men from Lines Dental Isolation Center in Banke, three women and 20 men from Provincial Hospital, Surkhet have been discharged without infection.

Similarly, four men from Janakpur Provincial Hospital, three women and 13 men from Saikrishna Isolation Center in Saptari, three women and 42 men from Saphi Isolation Center in Dhanusha and one man from Siraha have been discharged, said Health Ministry Spokesperson Dr. Jageshwor Gautam.

Publish Date : 25 June 2020 17:34 PM

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