KATHMANDU: Fourteen employees of Nepal Airlines returned home after recovery from coronavirus infection last Friday.
The fourteen cabin crews including four pilots were tested positive for coronavirus in course of the chartered flights they attended to rescue the Nepalis stranded in various countries.
Nepal Airlines Corporation’s Spokesperson Archana Khadka shared information to this regard. They were tested positive for coronavirus after PCR test on July 6. After two weeks, they tested negative to the viruses and returned home.
The NAC employees were treated at Armed Police Hospital and Hams Hospital. The NAC expressed gratitude to the cabin crew for their courageous accomplishment despite the risk.
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