Type to search

Bajura Covid-19 pandemic India returnees Nepal News

Returnees from India posing high risk in Bajura

Returnees from India posing high risk in Bajura

Bajura, May 24

Increasing inflow of Nepali migrant staff from India to Bajura has posed excessive danger to folks within the district. The influx of individuals into Nepal has grown after India eased restrictions on motion of migrant staff amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Inspector Dan Bahadur Rokaya, 339 folks have returned to Bajura from India previously three days.

Though all of the folks coming from India have been quarantined, lack of administration poses danger. Swab assortment of returnees is a should for his or her PCR take a look at. But, individuals are being despatched to quarantine amenities after regular well being check-up, mentioned officer Dayakrishna Pant of Bajura District Health Office.

With extra folks arriving in Bajura, native authorities are additionally having a tough time managing them. Lack of enough quarantine amenities and correct administration have added to the issue.

Similarly, as migrant staff are being delivered to the district with out the motive force or his helper donning private protecting gear from Dhangadi, individuals are apprehensive. Civil Society member Pradipraj Jaishi mentioned that arbitrary entry of individuals from India and lack of medical check-up on the Nepal aspect of the border had elevated the danger of virus transmission.

According to District Health Office, returnees from India will likely be stored in quarantine for 14 days and despatched dwelling after RDT or PCR take a look at.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on May 25, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.



Leave a Reply