COVID-19 infection decreasing, but the risk remains: Dr Pun

KATHMANDU: FEB. 2 – For the past seven days, the number of COVID-19 infections in Nepal has been decreasing. The number of COVID-19 infections in Nepal has been progressively decreasing in the previous week, according to daily data given by the Ministry of Health and Population.

On Tuesday, a total of 5,583 people were infected in 17,674 tests, with a 31.6 percent infection rate. According to the ministry, Nepal’s infection rate has been less than 30% for almost a week. There are 18 districts with more than 500 active infections and more than 200 active infections, according to the ministry.

COVID-19 infection has been decreasing in the Kathmandu Valley recently as well. In the Kathmandu Valley, 44,531 persons are currently infected. In Nepal, infection with the novel COVID-19 variant, Omicron, has been on the rise, but it is steadily reducing. Sher Bahadur informed Makalu Khabar.

“It’s unlikely that the number of COVID-19 infections would rise again,” he said. It has not been made difficult for the infected. Many people can be treated by staying at home and resting. That’s why this graph no longer appears to be climbing.’

Similarly, the third wave spread faster than the second wave and decreased faster. Repeats Even if the incidence of COVID-19 infections in Nepal declines, the risk remains, thus health standards and vaccination should be emphasized. Pun says.

“Even if diseases do arise,” he continued, “we must concentrate on vaccinations and public health standards.” If we can do this, it will help us in returning to normal. ‘ According to Dr Pun, another variant cannot be assessed at this time.

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