Anti-COVID vaccination drive for flood survivors begins from today

26 August 2021, Sindhupalchowk

Vaccines against COVID-19 have been made available for 20,000 flood survivors of Helambu-Melamchi above the age of 18.

Senior Public Health Officer Durga Dutta Chapagain shared that the jabs have been dispatched to the vaccination centers so that it can be administered to the general public from today.

He further informed that 8,000 doses of vaccines were already sent for Panchpokhari Thangpal rural municipality, 7,000 for Melamchi municipality and 5,000 for Helambu rural municipality.

The devastating floods and landslides this year had immoderately caused damages to the lives and properties of all three local levels of Sindhupalchowk.

The local levels were urged to make correspondence in case the jabs were not adequate. Murder-accused Shrestha held after 17 years Police have held a person who has been absconding on a murder case after 17 years.

Police arrested Bibhor Shrestha, 38, of Bahrabise municipality-9 who has been at large after the Dhading District Court sentenced him to jail on the vehicle-sponsored murder case. He was taken under control from Chautara Sangachowkgadhi-5, Chautara Bazaar on Wednesday. 

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