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Nepal’s Bharatpur metropolis operates isolation centre

The isolation center set up at the Homeopathy Office of Bharatpur Metropolitan City-1 has 75 beds. Inaugurating the center amid a function, Mayor Renu Dahal said the infected people in the first phase would be treated through yoga and naturopathy.
(Lumbini Gate in Bhairahawa deserted due to lockdown. Lumbini Toulihawa is passed through the gate. Lumbini, 30 August, 2020. Photo: King KC-RSS)

CHITWAN:- Bharatpur Metropolitan City has launched a COVID-19 isolation center in cooperation with the Yogi Naraharinath Yoga and Naturopathy today.

The isolation center set up at the Homeopathy Office of Bharatpur Metropolitan City-1 has 75 beds. Inaugurating the center amid a function, Mayor Renu Dahal said the infected people in the first phase would be treated through yoga and naturopathy. “The infected people within the metropolis will be prioritized. The service will be extended to other areas as per need,” she said. She urged one and all to extend a helping hand in the management of infected people. The metropolis bears expenses on repair, food, and other technical aspects while the hospital manages yoga, meditation, and treatment for the infected people.

Five buildings of the hospital house isolation wards. The infected people who have not shown symptoms would be treated through naturopathy at the hospital, said the hospital chief Dr. Hemraj Koirala, adding that the infected people would be administered a natural diet, yoga, meditation, and exercise. Fifteen health workers are available for the care of infected people. On the occasion, saying that the State government would provide help in the management of the isolation center, State Assemblymember Bijaya Subedi said initiatives were taken in expanding the service to other areas inside and outside the district. Four municipalities in East Chitwan have established isolation wards at Ratnanagar and Madi. So far, 626 infection cases have been found in the district.

For Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-ve) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point

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