On Thursday, Nepal reported 14 new PCR-confirmed coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, increasing the total number of illnesses to 979,105. According to the Health Ministry, seven people tested positive in a total of 1,603 antigen tests.
As of Thursday, the nation had undergone 5,693,647 PCR tests and 1,190,708 antigen tests. Over the last 24 hours, 2,025 PCR tests were performed, according to the Health Ministry.
No COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in the country in the last twenty-four hours, according to the Health Ministry. The death toll in the United States has grown to 11,952 since the outbreak began.
To date, 967,024 people have recovered from the disease, with nine in the previous twenty-four hours, according to the ministry. There are currently 129 active cases. One new infection was identified in Province 1, two in Province Madhes, nine in Province Bagmati, and two in Province Gandaki in the last twenty-four hours.
On Wednesday, Nepal disclosed four new PCR-confirmed coronavirus illnesses. On Tuesday, eleven new PCR-confirmed coronavirus cases were reported, while eight new PCR-confirmed coronavirus cases were reported on Monday.