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गृहपृष्ठNepalIsolation centers vacant, infected patients choosy to stay at home

Isolation centers vacant, infected patients choosy to stay at home


BHAKTAPUR – The Bhaktapur district on Monday witnessed an addition of 128 coronavirus infection cases. Though daily, over 100 coronavirus positive people are being counted in the district tally, isolation centers set up in Bhaktapur are falling vacant as those infected have chosen instead to stay at home.

Although there are 871 beds in different isolation centers in Bhaktapur, as of Tuesday afternoon, only 59 coronavirus patients are receiving treatment at those centers.

According to the district health office data, there is a 15-bed isolation center in Bhaktapur hospital, six in Bhaktapur cancer hospital, 150 in Sainik Awasiya Mahavidyalaya, four in Da Iwamura hospital, one in Siddi memorial hospital, two in Public Health Chyamhasingh, 75 in Brahmani isolation center, 150 in KMC hospital Duwakot, 130 in Army International Institute Kharipati, 23 in Drinking Water Training Centre Telkot and 200 in Nepal Electricity Authority Training Center Kharipati.

Likewise, Summit hospital has a 10-bed isolation center, one in BP Eye hospital, four in Arogya hospital, three in Nagarik community hospital, 13 in Madhyapur hospital, nine in Nepal Korea Friendship municipality hospital, 50 in Agriculture Development Bank’s training center Bode and 75 in Bir Dal Battalion Suryabinayak.





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