KATHMANDU, April 20: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has expressed happiness with a 21-year-old youth from Kailali returning home after successful treatment of coronavirus.
PM Oli congratulated the youth through his twitter post and also wished him good health. The Prime Minister has also thanked the doctors, health workers and all those people involved in the treatment.
The youth, Yubak Raj BK of Lamki Chuha Municipality of Kailali district returned home on Sunday evening. He was undergoing treatment for COVID-19 infection at Seti Provincial Hospital in Dhangadhi. Before this, two people in Kathmandu and one in Baglung who were infected with coronavirus have returned home after recovery.
Thirty one people have been infected with coronavirus in Nepal so far. BK says he beat coronavirus with will power and good care of hospital Meanwhile, BK, talking to RSS stringer Durga Devkota after he returned home from hospital Sunday, said he was successful in beating the deadly COVID-19 through willpower and the care and treatment provided him by the doctors and health workers. He said he has felt that he got a new life after his recovery.
He said he remained in hospital for 16 days and spent time on Facebook, watching various videos and movies in YouTube and talking to friends on the phone. BK said he also used to read The Bhagavad Geeta that the hospital gave. There were five coronavirus infected people in hospital along with him. They were kept in separate rooms. As BK shared they used to talk with each other and talk about their problems coming out of their rooms. They did not have any problem as such.
Asked about the doctors' and nurses' behaviour, he said they behaved very well but nobody entered the patient's room. They provided medicines and food through the window. They phoned them time to time to take their update. The doctors and health workers used to see them from outside, talk with them and make them laugh.
BK said one day a doctor came and sat near him and asked him not to worry and panic. The doctor told him that they were with the patients and not to worry. "I was so much inspired and happy with the doctor's reassuring words," he added.