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May 06, 2020

Number of Corona virus cases climb to 99 in Nepal

In Nepal, the number of Corona virus cases has climbed to 99 after 17 more persons tested positive today. This is the highest number of COVID-19 cases reported in a single day in the Himalayan nation.

According to the Spokesman of the Ministry of Health and Population, 17 persons from Parsa district have been diagnosed with COVID-19 today. Out of 17 new patients, ten are male and seven are female. He said, all patients are undergoing treatment in different hospitals and their condition is normal. There are 77 active cases in the Himalayan nation, while 22 patients have been recovered so far.

Meanwhile, Nepal Government has extended nationwide lockdown till 18th of May. The decision was taken at the Cabinet meeting held in Kathmandu today.

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