Negligence: Corona infection without symptoms

Negligence: Corona infection without symptoms

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Doctors have said that the corona of Bhulke Mosque in Triyuga Municipality-3 of Udayapur has not shown any symptoms. Twelve people admitted to the Karona Treatment Center in Biratnagar have been kept in the general ward after showing no symptoms. The infected people usually have symptoms like fever, cold and respiratory problems, but none of them showed such symptoms, said Dr. Sangita Mishra, Medical Superintendent of Koshi Hospital. She said that if there is any problem in the general ward, they will be kept in ICU and ventilator for treatment. However, he said that there are more challenges in the treatment of the infected. ‘Province 1 has not been infected so far’, Dr. Mishra said, “But now that the alarm has gone off, we have to face the situation together.” The state government has arranged separate accommodation for the health workers in the Jain Terapanth building in Biratnagar-7 as the health workers involved in the treatment of the infected are also at risk. As no symptoms were seen during the initial examination and interrogation, they will be kept under the supervision of a regular doctor. If the symptoms appear, the medicine will be used accordingly. Mishra said. Those in the general ward will be re-tested after 14 days. “There are no immediate symptoms,” she said. “Problems can arise at any time, so health workers are on high alert.” A duty of 6 hours has been fixed for their monitoring. The four people who were taken in four ambulances with them have been kept in the quarantine at Tandy. Mohan Subedi, head of the health office in Udaipur, said that 12 out of 16 people in the mosque were infected and four of them were kept in quarantine as their health test reports were negative. All of them have been sent to Biratnagar on Friday night for treatment. According to Chief Sevedi, the infection was not detected when he was tested with the RDT method. The swab sample was later tested at Koshi Hospital and later tested at the National Laboratory in Teku, Kathmandu for further confirmation. Tests there have confirmed the infection in them. According to the hospital, they will be treated accordingly in the initial stage, if they are in a critical condition, they will be treated with oxygen and if they have more problems, they will be kept in the ICU room with a ventilator.

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