KATHMANDU, August 13: The Home Ministry has directed District Administration Offices (DAOs) across the country to make a list of isolation center, hospitals and medical colleges designated for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

KATHMANDU, August 11: The number of critically ill patients at COVID Hospital in the Valley has increased after cases started going up since the last two consecutive weeks.

COVID-19 intensifies in Banke again

August 8, 2021 14:30 pm

NEPALGUNJ, August 8: The situation of COVID-19 is getting worrisome in Banke again. PCR test reports conducted in various laboratories here have shown an increase in the number of cases. Despite the increase in the COVID-19 cases, the marketplaces are still crowded and bustling with people.

KATHMANDU, August 5: The third wave of COVID-19 has begun in Nepal, according to health experts and officials at the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP).

KATHMANDU, July 30: The infection rate in Nepal on Thursday reached 23.62 percent. Of the 14,242 samples tested in 24 hours, COVID-19 infection was confirmed among 3,336 individuals. On Wednesday, the rate was above 24 percent. With additional cases of infection, the total number of infected people in Nepal has reached 750,022. Of them, 448,449 were infected during the second wave.

SUNSARI, July 28: The number of COVID-19 infections has started to rise in Sunsari district following the government’s decision to ease the lockdown to a large extent. Dharan and Itahari have recorded the most cases of the virus in the district, Chief District Officer Umesh Kumar Dhakal said.

KATHMANDU, July 27: The Ministry of Health and Population has directed the Social Development Ministry in all seven provinces to ensure the management of at least 1,000 oxygen-filled cylinders.

KATHMANDU, July 22: The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) has warned the general public to adopt COVID-19 safety protocols as the number of new cases of COVID-19 is rising alarmingly once again.

KATHMANDU, July 10: Minister for Health and Population Krishna Gopal Shrestha on Saturday inspected the COVID-19 Unified Central Hospital (Bir Hospital) in the capital.

LONDON, Dec 29: Britain must vaccinate two million people a week to avoid a third wave of the coronavirus outbreak, a study by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) has concluded.