Chitwan youth tests negative on PCR
HETAUDA: Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) report of the youth from Ratnanagar in Chitwan, who had examined constructive on Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT), has come out adverse at this time.
The youth has examined adverse for the coronavirus via PCR methodology, knowledgeable Bharatpur Hospital at this time.
Youth exams constructive for antibodies in Chitwan
Meanwhile, in Makawanpur, 4 individuals have been positioned in isolation at an area faculty in Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan City-Four after they examined constructive for coronavirus antibodies throughout fast diagnostic exams.
Three Nepalis who returned from overseas and one Indian lady residing in Hetauda examined constructive for antibodies at this time, knowledgeable Social Development Ministry of Bagmati Province, including that their samples will endure PCR take a look at to find out whether or not or not they’ve contracted COVID-19.
A 67-year-old man of Hetauda-2 and 24-year-old youth from Hetauda-Four had returned from India whereas and one other man, 32, had returned from Saudia Arabia. They have been stored in isolation since this afternoon.
According to Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan City, 4 out of 40 blood samples examined constructive on RDT and 4 throat swab samples have been despatched for second leg take a look at.
(Reported by Tilak Ram Rimal from Chitwan and Prakash Dahal from Hetauda)
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