28 May 2020, Kathmandu
Nepal on Thursday reported four new COVID-19 cases. With this, the number of coronavirus positive cases has reached 890 in the country.
The newly infected people are two men aged 26 and 22 and 39-year-old woman of Waling municipality, Syangja.
They had been kept in quarantine of the municipality according to the Health Service Division under the Ministry of Social Development of the Gandaki Pradesh.
Similarly, a 19-year-old boy of Debchuli municipality in Nawalparasi (East) has also tested positive for Coronavirus. He has been taken to Bharatpur Corona Hospital.
Earliler on Wedneday, 114 new COVID-19 cases were reported taking the number of coronavirus positive cases to 886.
The cases were seen in the districts, including Baglung, Rautahat, Jhapa, Makawanpur, Saptari, Mahottari, Bara, Rautahat, Siraha, Dhanusha, Banke, Kapilvastu, Arghakhanchi, Gulmi, Rupandehi, Kailali, Achham, Syangja and Surkhet.
Meanwhile, a total of 28 have been discharged from various hospitals on Tuesday and Wednesday. With this, the total number of discharged after recovery has reached 183 so far.
So far, coronavirus has been spread to 47 of the 77 districts of the country.
The State-5 has the highest number of COVID-19 infected people. As many as 365 people have tested positive for the virus in nine districts of the State.
The Sudur Paschim State has the lowest number of infected people with 17 in its five districts, the health ministry sources said.
Likewise, the State-1 has 103 infected in its seven districts followed by 324 in State 2; 39 in Bagmati State; 16 in Gandaki State and 25 in Karnali State.
Likewise, as many as 70,305 people are in different quarantines, and 699 are in isolation across the country.
A total of five people have died of coronavirus in Nepal so far.