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Nepal receives 378 oxygen concentrators from South Korea

Nepal receives 378 oxygen concentrators from South Korea

As Nepal’s population continues to suffer from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), South Korea’s overseas aid agency, has donated 378 oxygen concentrators to the Nepalese government, The Korea Bizwire reports.

With 1,500 people having died due effects related to the virus over the past two months, the country has seen its number of cases surge in recent days.

The article states that, of the nearly 400 oxygen concentrators, the government is set to receive 280 units and four hospitals established in Nepal by KOICA will receive 45 units.

Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel Hospital and Methinkot Hospital will receive the remaining 53 units.

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