Nepal Records Covid-19 Cases, 976 Infections Surface Sunday
In a relief to Nepal, the number of people infected with the cancerous virus Covid-19 has fallen from 10,000 to 976, according to Health Ministry. Nepal had registered cases of Covid-19 in three digits for
In a relief to Nepal, the number of people infected with the cancerous virus Covid-19 has fallen from 10,000 to 976, according to Health Ministry. Nepal had registered cases of Covid-19 in three digits for the first time this year after months-long lull. Officials attributed this to better awareness and treatment facilities. "The number is now below 1,000 because of increased awareness about Covid-19 among people and improved treatment facilities," Health Secretary Rajiv Bhattarai told PTI. Doctors said that the availability of medication has also helped containment of the disease. "Covid-19
Covid-19 cases in Nepal
Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal Covid-19 cases in Nepal "While the number of patients had slowed, the facilities to treat them were poor and only around 50 to 70 per cent of the patients got treatment. With the availability of proper treatment, the number is declining," Dr Karki Man Bahadur Singh, coordinator of Nepal Comprehensive Cancer Control Programme, said. Officials said that the total number of newly diagnosed cases has risen to 976, of which 18 have died and two are undergoing treatment. Of the nine major districts of the country, five districts have been reported to be infected, officials said.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Nepal has fallen
from 10,000 to 976 per week to 700-800 per week." On February 14, the Health Ministry and World Health Organization (WHO) launched a programme to fight the virus, locally known as Dandakaranya virus. Nepal's national vector borne disease control and elimination program was launched after WHO provided a sample of the virus to the government last year. The virus was confirmed to be in Nepal. Covid-19 is a type of human African swine fever virus which is spread to humans by the movement of infected pigs and other animals. It has no specific treatment or vaccine. Like this: Like Loading...
The reason for the decline of Covid-19 cases
could be the decline of cattle-transport to Bangladesh. The virus spreads to humans through cattle.
is an important milestone in combating cancer in Nepal. The success has been achieved due to the improved diagnostic facilities, better awareness, and better treatment facility." Dr Anil Poudel, a clinical director at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, said that in some cases, a combination of therapy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy was used for treating the cancer. The number of patients infected by the virus decreased from 10,073 in October to 976 in December, according to a weekly update of the viral hemorrhagic fever. Covid-19, a form of acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL), is believed to have spread in Nepal since 1996. Nepal's seven-member Oligohelionamiidae species (HLM) group is the only known zoonotic group of the world.