Humla, Nov. 13: The office of Namkha Rural Municipality in Humla district has been closed for three days from Friday after four students tested positive for coronavirus.
The rural municipality took such measures for fear of further spread of the virus after four students residing in the hostel of Mahabauddha Higher Secondary School got infected with the coronavirus.
People’s mobility is restricted from Friday, Acting Chief Administrative Officer Dhanlal Rokaya said.
Chief of the rural municipality Bishnu Bahadur Lama said that outsiders are restricted from entering into the rural municipality for three days in order to contain the spread of the virus.
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