21 more people recover from COVID-19 today, Nepal’s recovery tally reaches 486
KATHMU, June 8: As many as 21 sufferers of COVID-19 have been discharged from hospitals after restoration.
According to Dr Jageshwar Gautam, the newly-appointed spokesperson for the Ministry of Health Population, a feminine 20 males have been discharged from hospitals after restoration.
Among the 21 recovered at present, 20 have been discharged from Khajura, Banke-based COVID-19 Hospital. They all have been males.
Also, one affected person – a feminine – was discharged from the Unified COVID-19 Hospital, Balmbu, after restoration.
So far, 486 sufferers have recovered from COVID-19 in Nepal. Among them, 419 are males 69 are females.