Thursday 25th February 2021

No of patients recovering from COVID-19 increasing

Published on : 8 September, 2020 5:45 pm

Kathmandu. The number of people recovering from COVID-19 and returning from isolation facility is increasing lately. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, the number of people recovered from the flu-like infection has spiked in the last three days.

The rate of COVID-19 patients discharged from the isolation facilities has also risen with the increasing rate of recovery. In the last 24 hours, 2,287 persons have recovered and returned their homes. Among the total infected ones across the country, 68.5 per cent have been discharged.

On Monday, 979 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the country. On that day 1,736 COVID-19 patients were discharged from hospital upon their full recovery. Likewise, on Sunday, 1,814 COVID-19 persons were discharged from home.

A total of 32, 964 persons contracting the Coronavirus have returned home so far while the number of actively infected ones stand at 14, 868. They are receiving treatment from 6, 815 home-isolation and 8,053 institutional facilities.

Similarly, 396 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the Kathmandu Valley in the last 24 hours. Among them, 300 were from Kathmandu district, 58 from Bhaktapur district and 38 from Lalitpur.

In the last 24 hours, six deaths were recorded among the COVID-19 patients, taking the causality toll to 306 in the country since the first COVID-19 case was recorded in the country on January 23 this year.

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