18 COVID-19 cases, nil death in 24 hours
Kathmandu. Nepal has recorded 18 COVID-19 cases with nil casualties in the past 24 hours.
The caseloads were from the total 4,947 tests, according to the Ministry of Health and Population.
The number of active infection cases has been 283. Similarly, the recovery figure has reached 966,498 with 17 in the past 24 hours.
The recovery rate was 98.8 percent. So far, the death toll from the deadly virus has hit 11,951. At present, 281 infected people have been in home-isolation and two in institution isolation.
Lately, 48,780 people have been vaccinated against the infection, said the Ministry.
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