KATHMANDU: Seven more people have died in Nepal due to corona virus infection. Four people died in Lalitpur, seven each in Rupandehi, Saptari and Dharan. At the same time, the number of deaths due to corona infection has reached 90 across the country.
A corona infected person has died while undergoing treatment in the ICU of Kist Hospital in Lalitpur. A 77-year-old man from Kalaiya of Bara died while undergoing treatment, said Amis Pathak, chief operating officer of the hospital. He was referred to the emergency room of TU Teaching Hospital on the night of July 10 and died at 4 this morning. His report came at 1 pm. He was suffering from asthma and heart disease.
A 78-year-old woman from Teku, Kathmandu died at Kist Hospital on Tuesday night. The woman’s corona test report came positive this morning.
An infected woman has died at Patan Hospital in Lalitpur. The woman, who hails from Janakpur, died last night while undergoing treatment, said Bishnu Prasad Sharma, a nurse at the hospital. She was admitted to the hospital five days ago.
Similarly, a corona infection died at Medicity Hospital in Lalitpur last night. Krishna Giri, a former mayor of Janakpur and manager of the famous Rama Hotel in Janakpur, who was admitted to the hospital 20 days ago after the corona infection was confirmed, has died.
A 72-year-old man living in Rajbiraj Municipality-6 of Saptari’s Dakneshwari Municipality has died due to corona infection. Chief of the District Health Office, Saptari, Duniya Lal Yadav said that he died in an ambulance at 9:30 pm after being infected with corona. He is said to have high blood pressure, asthma and heart problems.
Similarly, an infected person has died in isolation at Butwal Yarn Factory in Rupandehi. A 42-year-old man of Kapilvastu Municipality-2 died at around 4 this morning, said Rupandehi Chief District Officer Mahadev Pantha.
Meanwhile, another man from Morang has died of corona infection. A 55-year-old man from Budhiganga Gaonpalika-2 of Morang died this morning while undergoing treatment at BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan. The deceased was suffering from respiratory problems and fever.