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Banke’s Narainapur on high alert after COVID-19 youth escapes from quarantine

13 May 2020  

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BANKE: Narainapur Rural Municipality of Banke is on high-alert after a man found to be infected with coronavirus ran away from quarantine along the Nepal-India border.

The man from Bahaupurwa of Narainapur-3 was staying in the Sirsiya quarantine of Shrawasti in India for the past 15 days.

He allegedly ran away from quarantine on Monday morning and was believed to have entered the village.

The local government has intensified a search for him, according to Rural Municipality chair Istiyak Ahamad Saha.

He was confirmed with contracting the virus during the test conducted at a laboratory based in Lucknow India, according to Narainapur-3 ward chair Raj Kumar Morya.

There are other two Nepali youths infected with the virus in the Sirsiya quarantine.

Three Nepali youths of 19, 24 and 25 years were found to have arrived homes covertly from the quarantine a week ago and they were send back to quarantine.

However, people continue to sneak into Nepal even after the closure of the Jamunaha border point, the major border point along the Nepal-India in the district.

Publish Date : 13 May 2020 14:52 PM

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