Update of 30 June Regarding Corona Virus Infection
According to the Ministry Health and Population, on 30 June 2020, there are 13,564 corona virus infected people in Nepal. Among them, 29 have died, 3, 194 have been discharged after recovery and 10,341 are under treatment. In the press briefing of 30 June 2020, highest number of infected were diagnosed in Province 5. There are 3,807 infected people are in Province 5. Likewise, the lowest number of infected are in Bagmati Province. There are 428 people infected in Bagmati Province. According to the Ministry, four have died from Province 2. Five from Bagmati Province, two from Gandaki Province, nine from Province 5, four from Karnali Province, and five from Sudur Paschim Province. Till date there has been no death registered in Province 1.
In Province 1, on 30 June, additional 11 cases were diagnosed and with this, there are 578 infected people in the province. On 30 June, eight have been discharged after recovery and with this, 400 people have been discharged after recovery.
In Province 2, on 30 June, additional 50 cases were diagnosed and with this there are 3,439 people suffering from the disease in this Province. Out of them, 1,725 have been discharged after recovery.
According to the District Representative of Rautahat, five employees of Nepal Army have been diagnosed with corona virus infection. They were delegated to corona infected area. These people are kept in the temporary corona isolation hospital constructed at Chandrapur’s Shahid park. There are 11 people being treated in this isolation hospital including five from Nepal Army.
According to the District Representative of Dhanusha, on 29 June 2020, four employees of the District Health Office and one employee of a non-governmental organization was diagnosed with corona but again they were retested at Hetauda and their reports were negative this time. Before this as well, the Laboratory of Janakpur Provincial Hospital has given incorrect results, informed Mahesh Sah, chief of the District Health Office, Rautahat.
In Bagmati Province, on 30 June additional 16 cases were reported in this province. The new cases are as follows: Kathmandu: 12, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur: one each, Sindhupalchowk: two. With this, there are 428 additional cases in Bagmati province.
In Gandaki Province on 30 June, additional 17 cases were diagnosed and with this there are 966 infected people in the province.
In Karnali Province, according to the District Representative of Dailekh, Amar Sunar, 81 people from the quarantine of Bhairab Secondary Naumule and 20 people from the quarantine National Secondary School Bhangari were released on 29 June 2020 after the instruction of District Crisis Committee. Result of their second PCR is still pending. Twenty-one among them were tested positive immediately after returning from India but since the result of their second test took time, those 21 ran away. Due to this, the remaining 80 were also released, informed the rural municipality’s chairperson Bhade Buda Magar.
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