Twenty COVID-19 patients, who had been receiving treatment at Mahendra Genai Memorial Hospital in Dhangadhimai Municipality of Siraha, have been discharged after recovery
Twenty persons who were infected with coronavirus and received treatment at Mahendra Genai Memorial Hospital based in Dhangadhimai Municipality of Siraha recovered and returned home on Tuesday.
The hospital's Medical Superintendent Dr Subhash Mandal informed that 20 out of 26 infected people undergoing treatment at the isolation ward of the hospital returned home after winning the battle against the deadly virus.
Among those who returned after recovery were 19 people from Siraha and one from Saptari, he said, adding that they had tested positive for coronavirus and subsequently received treatment at the isolation ward of the hospital on different dates.
The doctors including the medical superintendent of the hospital had seen off the COVID-19 recovered persons with flowers. The health of the remaining six persons receiving treatment is normal and they are expected to recover and return home in a few days, Dr Mandal further shared.
Likewise, another 12 persons had tested positive for coronavirus in Siraha in a day. Preparation is underway to take all the infected from different rural municipalities to the isolation ward of the hospital, Chief District Officer of Siraha, Saroj Prasad Guragain informed.
With this total number of coronanvirus infected has reached 61 in Siraha.
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