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Jaleswar, Southeast Nepal shut down for five days

The prohibitory order was issued after 10 Nepali army person mobilized in dead body management and in isolation centres, a community school headteacher, Jaleswar municipality staff and family members of a person who died from COVID-19 were found infected with the virus.

JALESHWAR:- A five-day prohibitory order has been imposed in Jaleswar, the headquarters of Mahottari district to stop the spread of the Corona Virus.

The drastic step was taken after community transmission of the deadly virus was reported. A decision to this end was taken by the District Natural Disaster Management Committee. The order came into effect from 11:00 pm last night will remain in effect for the next five days.

According to a notice issued by Chief District Officer Krishna Bahadur Katwal, who chairs the Committee, the order applies in the area within Bhargawasar temple in the east, Ramanandan Biseswar Mahendra Campus in the west, Ranabhim battalion in the north and Ratopul in the south. Likewise, a prohibitory order has been imposed in ward nos. 3 and 4 of Mahottarai rural municipality in the district.

The prohibitory order was issued after 10 Nepali army person mobilized in dead body management and in isolation centres, a community school headteacher, Jaleswar municipality staff and family members of a person who died from COVID-19 were found infected with the virus. A 64-year-old man of Mahottari rural municipality-3 died a week ago from Corona Virus.

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