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Simta rural municipality chair tests positive for coronavirus


10 September 2020  

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KARNALI: Chairman of Surkhet’s Sista rural municipality Kabindra Kumar KC has been diagnosed with coronavirus infection.

He had tested positive for the virus in a PCR test carried out at a laboratory of the State Hospital.

After complaints of common cold and cough some days ago, he had given swab samples for PCR test in Birendranagar.

KC, who had been engaged in the control of the coronavirus pandemic in his rural municipality, is currently staying at an isolation facility set up in Simta-based Bageswori Secondary School.

He stated that he had not developed any other symptoms except common cold and cough.

“Now I am in isolation and my health condition is normal”. After the confirmation of the virus with the chair, the people’s representatives and employees coming in his contact are staying in quarantines.

Preparation is on to collect their swabs and seal off the office of the rural municipality for a week, chair KC said.

Publish Date : 10 September 2020 22:50 PM

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