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Isolation with oxygen ready in Krishnanagar, Nepal

Krishnanagar, Nepal: Everyone is aware that the number of people infected with the coronavirus is increasing day by day all over the world.

Many countries, including Nepal, have not been able to escape from the dire situation.

While going through this, every local government across the country is looking for various alternatives keeping in view the health of the locals.

Meanwhile, the Krishnanagar Municipality of Kapilvastu has also built an isolation center with oxygen at Krishnanagar-9, Bahadurganj.

The municipality has stated that it has taken steps to build an isolation center with oxygen so that there is no shortage of treatment for the people who have returned to Nepal from foreign employment.

Mayor Rajat Pratap Shah said that the municipality has immediately prepared 15-bed isolation with oxygen at Ram Gorkha Secondary School in Bahadurganj.

Shah informed that the work of increasing the number of beds to 30 by constructing 15 more this week by managing oxygen concentrators, cylinders, and health workers is intensifying.

He said that a health check-up center has been set up at the Indian border keeping in view the health of the common people and PCR tests and antigen tests have been conducted on every common citizen entering Nepal.

He said that priority has been given to the construction of an isolation center with oxygen for the treatment of the city dwellers.

Chief Administrative Officer Vijay Kumar Karki said that the municipality has come forward with a plan to manage oxygen and beds by ascertaining the number of Covid-19 infected people in the Krishnanagar area.

Karki said that an awareness program has been launched in the community as the number of infected people is increasing due to the border with India.

Similarly, 38 local and 19 foreign workers have returned to Nepal and a total of 57 people have been infected with the active covid-19 coronavirus, said Krishnanagar Health Officer Bishnu Prasad Poudel.

The condition of all the infected is normal, said Poudel.

Ram Abatar Chaudhary

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