Dengue, Coronavirus Infection Recures in Kavrepalanchowk

Himalaya Times
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Dengue and coronavirus infections have resurfaced in Kavrepalanchowk after months of absence. After three months, seven people were infected with the coronavirus.

The coronavirus was detected in Banepa Municipality-3, Panauti Municipality-2, and Namobuddha Municipality-2. 18 samples were tested for COVID-19, which resulted in seven persons testing positive in the district.

Similarly, dengue fever reappeared after five months. The District Health Office reported that a 51-year-old lady from Panchkhal 3 had been diagnosed with dengue. She has been undergoing therapy at home while being monitored by a health professional.

Purushottam Sedhai, chief of the district health office, stated that health personnel were on high alert to inform the public.

According to Sedhai, the patient has a high temperature, a severe headache, joint discomfort, rashes, nausea, a stomach ache, and bleeding gums.

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