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COVID-19: 476 new cases detected on Monday in Nepal

7,791 people got PCR tests from 22 laboratories across the country in the last 24 hours, said the Ministry's Spokesperson Dr Jageshwor Gautam at a regular press conference organised here by the Ministry.
(Nawaraj Lamichhane, Disaster Management Branch Coordinator of Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis, warns the people about the corona virus before bidding farewell to the residents of Rakshachaur Quarantine at Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis-4, Tulisipur, 29 June, 2020. Photo: Deepak Bohara)

KATHMANDU:- So far, 2,834 COVID-19 infected people have been discharged from various health institutions across the country after recovery, said the Ministry of Health and Population. Of them, 121 infected were discharged on Monday alone.
Meanwhile, 7,791 people got PCR tests from 22 laboratories across the country in the last 24 hours, said the Ministry’s Spokesperson Dr Jageshwor Gautam at a regular press conference organised here by the Ministry.
Likewise, 1,822 suspected people got RDT tests. Altogether 57,368 people have been quarantined all around the country and 10,085 kept in isolation.
So far, 13,248 people (11,662 men and 1,586 women) from across the country have been infected with the virus with 476 (364 men and 112 women) in the last 24 hours. The number of death from the infection has hit 29 and the infection has spread across all 77 districts in the country.

Published Date: Monday, June 29th, 2020 | 08:08 AM

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