One dies in Dailekh quarantine, PCR report yet to come « Khabarhub
Sunday, July 21st, 2024

One dies in Dailekh quarantine, PCR report yet to come


30 May 2020  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute


  • A
  • A
  • A

SIMKOT: A 35-year-old man who had recently returned from India has died in quarantine in Dailekh.

The youth who had taken the tea and biscuit in the breakfast is said to have died on Saturday morning suddenly.

Although his swab was collected 3 days before and sent to Karnali Health Science Academy, Jumla for the COVID-19 test, the report has not come yet.

Mayor Ghana Shyam Bhandari confirmed that the 35-year-old youth of Dullu Municipality Ward no 11 had no symptoms of coronavirus earlier died on Saturday morning.

79 people including the youth had returned from Gujarat India 10 days before.

Although the swab of the youth was collected 3 days before, as there were no kits in Surkhet, it was sent to Jumla for the test.

Mayor Bhandari informed that the dead body would be kept in the Nepal Electrical Authority’s building used as quarantine in Dullu-7 till the test report comes.

Publish Date : 30 May 2020 19:26 PM

Bagmati CM Jamkattel seeking vote of confidence today

HETAUDA: Bagmati Province Chief Minister (CM) Shalikram Jamkattel is slated

Nepal set to clash with Pakistan in Women’s Asia Cup today

KATHMANDU: Following a decisive victory against the United Arab Emirates

RPP holding PP meeting today

KATHMANDU: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) is holding its parliamentary

Bangladesh shuts offices for 2 days, imposes curfew to curb deadly protests

DHAKA, BANGLADESH: Soldiers patrolled the deserted streets of the Bangladesh

Economic Digest: Nepal’s Business News in a Snap

KATHMANDU: Economic Digest offers a concise yet comprehensive overview of