According to the Ministry of Health and Population, more over 70% of the population in the Kathmandu Valley has been properly vaccinated against COVID-19 (MoHP). According to the Ministry of Health, 73% of the target population in Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur has received the full dose of vaccines.
A total of 1,622,441 persons have gotten the first dose of vaccine, with 1,562,734 receiving the complete dose. The target population for immunisation in the Kathmandu Valley is 2,129,773 people over the age of 18.
In Kathmandu district, 78 percent of the target population received the first treatment, while 74% received the entire dose, according to the government. In the Kathmandu district, the target population is 1,500,062.
In Lalitpur district, 76 percent of the target population received the first dose, while 69 percent of the target population received the complete dose. In Lalitpur, the goal population is 382,860 people, while in Bhaktapur, it is 246,851. Similarly, 63 percent of the target population received the first dosage and 75% received the complete dose.
According to the Ministry of Health, 7,456,384 (33.3%) people have received their first dose of vaccination and 6,285,740 (28.9%) have been fully vaccinated across the country. According to the latest MoHP data, 289,381 vaccination doses were provided in the last 24 hours.
The number of COVID-19 cases that are active has dropped by more than half. On August 28, there were 36,866 active coronavirus cases, and on Thursday, the number was 18,168.
According to the MoHP, 1,366 people have been admitted to various health facilities, while the rest 16,802 have been placed in home isolation.
According to the most recent update, 353 COVID-19 patients have been admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICUs) across the country, with 117 receiving ventilator support.
On Thursday, the MoHP reported 12 deaths linked to COVID-19. With this, the COVID-19 death toll in the United States has risen to 11,135.
The Ministry of Health confirmed 1,078 new cases of COVID-19, including 898 cases discovered using PCR tests and 180 cases discovered by antigen tests. As a result, the nationwide COVID-19 tally by PCR method reached 795,061 cases, while the antigen tally reached 91,553. There were 323,016 females and 472,045 males among the infected.\
8,555 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests were performed in the last 24 hours, whereas 3,210 antigen testing were performed.
According to the Ministry of Health and Human Services, 765,758 affected people have recovered from the disease, with 911 in the last 24 hours.