Nepal’s Covid-19 tally nears 16k as 293 cases surface on Sunday


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KATHMANDU: With the confirmation of 293 new cases, Nepal’s coronavirus infection tally has reached 15,784 on Sunday.

Likewise, 132 recoveries were reported by the Ministry of Health and Population, which has taken the total number of recoveries in the country to 6547.

Read Also: Over 3000 Covid-19 cases reported in Nepal in the last 7 days

On Saturday, 232 new cases were recorded taking the nationwide tally to 15,491.

Read Also: Nepal’s Covid-19 death-toll at 34, five fatalities recorded in the last six days

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