The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has handed over the health materials including 4,000 test kits to the Government of Nepal.
According to NRNA president Kumar Pant, the material collected by the South Korean branch of the union was handed over to the Government of Nepal on Friday with assistance.
NRNA has sent 4,000 test kits purchased by South Korea and special security equipment (PPE) to be worn by 100 health workers. The contents will reach the health center through the government of Nepal by next week, the union said.
The materials will be transferred to the Rapti Health Sciences Academy, Tishuli Hospital, Nuwakot, Thana, Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital, and 6 places to the Parbat District Hospital.
Since one kit is capable of testing 3 people, the sample said that 1,000 samples can be tested and tested within 1 hour, and the results have been brought.
Similarly, the non-resident Nepalese Federation of China initiated the program, informed the President of the information that 550 IR thermometers, 20,000 PPE sets, 17 thousand 4 hundred KN19 masks, 47 thousand disposable masks and Four Millions of gloves will reach Kathmandu on Saturday.
According to NRNA Korea, the material has been carved for Nepal as per the decision to send an effective health kit to check that the corona has not been transmitted through the funds collected under the ‘One Nepali One Health Kit Campaign’.
NRNA South Korea’s President Yagyaraj Subedi said that the airport was delayed due to delay in sending the Korean kit to Nepal which could provide short-term results if the corona virus was not transmitted.