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Health desk at New Bus Park for COVID-19 screening

20 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: A health desk has been set up at New Bus Park, Gongabu, in a bid to avoid the spread of novel coronavirus.

The health desk was set up with the joint initiatives of the Health Service Department, Kathmandu Metropolis-26, and Lhotse Multipurpose Pvt. With this in operation, the passengers have felt relief.

Chairperson of Lhotse Multipurpose Pvt, engineer, Dipak Kunwar, informed that as numerous passengers come and go by the bus park, they could be at risk of coronavirus.

Now, they can visit the health desk to know more about COVID-19 and undergo check-up for fever and any symptoms if they have, he added.

Similarly, the general secretary of Nepal Transport Entrepreneurs National Federation, Saroj Sitaula, hoped it would be helpful to check the health condition of passengers coming in and going out of the Kathmandu Valley by bus.

More than 1,000 buses leave daily for various districts from New Bus Park. Even drivers, their helpers, and passengers are given free counseling on COVID-19.

Publish Date : 20 March 2020 22:36 PM

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