Update Of September 25 Regarding Corona Virus Infection

  September 26, 2020 By: INSEC

The number of COVID-19 infected people has reached 70,614 after additional 1,313 new cases detected positive in Nepal on September 25, 2020. Out of them, 19,270 are females. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 51,866 have been discharged after recovery. On September 26, the rate of recovery reached 73.5% along with the 1,455 latest discharged after treatment. The ministry reported that 18,289 people are being treated. Till now, the death toll has reached 459. According to the Ministry, 12,262 number of swabs tests were conducted in the past 24 hours.

Provincial Reports

According to Saptari Representative Manohar Kumar Pokharel, a 71-year-old man from Rajbiraj Municipality-3 died at the BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences in Dharan on September 25 at 11 pm while undergoing treatment. He was admitted to Dharan for treatment 12 days ago. At the same time, the number of deaths in Saptari due to COVID-19 has reached 13. The office has been closed for a week after a 40-year-old office assistant of Kanchanrup Municipality-8, who lives in Rajbiraj Municipality-15, was found to be COVID-19 positive.

In Bagmati Province

The Ministry of Social Development has confirmed 503 people in Kathmandu, 91 in Lalitpur, 67 in Chitwan, 51 in Bhaktapur, seven in Kavrepalanchok, nine in Makwanpur, four each in Ramechhap and Dhading, three in Nuwakot, two each in Sindhupalchowk and Sindhuli and one each in Dolakha of being COVID-19 positive. At the same time, the number of infected people in the province has reached 24,854. Of them, 13,916 have been cured and 10,769 are undergoing treatment at various hospitals and isolation centers. Two more people have died and the number of deaths due to COVID-19 infection in the state has reached 169.

In Gandaki Province

According to Gorkha Representative, Hariram Upreti, the area has been sealed since September 24 after the infected woman reserved a taxi from Bhaktapur and reached her house in Kharan. A 51-year-old woman living in Bhaktapur Home Isolation in Madhyapur Thimi Municipality was confirmed of being COVID-19 positive on September 23

In Province 5

According to Banke Representative, Smriti Devkota, a 52-year-old man of Eklaini of Nepalgunj Sub-Metropolitan-3 died on September 24 due to COVID-19. According to him, he has been undergoing treatment at Koholpur Teaching Hospital since September 20 due to health problems.

According to Kapilvastu Representative Parvati Acharya, a 75-year-old woman of Wanganga Municipality-11 died of COVID-19 infection while undergoing treatment at Lumbini Provincial Hospital, Butwal’s Corona Special Hospital. She had been suffering from asthma for a long time and his respiratory problems were increasing. Similarly, a 50-year-old man of Buddhabhumi Municipality-6 died on September 26 due to corona infection. He was taken to Butwal on September 22 for further treatment as his fever, diabetes and respiratory problems were increasing. He was being treated at the Lumbini Provincial Hospital, Butwal’s Corona Special Hospital on a ventilator.

In Karnali Province

According to Rukum (West) Representative Manisha KC, a one-week ban has been imposed in wards 5 to 10 of Triveni rural municipality from 4 am on September 26 after the outbreak of COVID-19.

According to Salyan Representative Mina Budhathoki, assembly and educational institutions have been closed in Salyan to prevent and control the transmission of COVID-19. Chief District Officer Hemraj Tamang informed that the administration has stopped the operation of educational institutions and the conference as the infection is spreading rapidly in various places including the district headquarters.

According to Surkhet Representative, Durga Thapa, an employee of the health division of the Karnali province social development ministry has been sealed for three days after the COVID-19 was confirmed.

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