According to Dr. Madan Kumar Upadhyaya, Chief Medical Superintendent of Narayani Hospital, corona infection has been confirmed in seven people from three villages of Parsa who had returned from India.

According to Dr. Upadhyaya, one person tested positive for swab in Narayani Hospital's PCR machine on Tuesday evening and six in the morning. They had returned from India on May 27 and were kept in the quarantine of the concerned village.

According to Yogendra Chaurasia, health chief of Kalikamai village, the infected 30-year-old from Ward 1 Tindobia and 16-year-old from Ward 5 Biranchibarwa and 30-year-old and 45-year-old men from Kalikamai-2 Bhediyari."After returning from India eight days ago, they were kept in quarantine at Hariharpur Birta in Kalikamai village," he said. "Throat swabs were collected from 21 people last Sunday, four of whom were confirmed to have corona infection."

Rajesh Rauniyar, health chief of Sakhuwa Prasauni village, said that two people who had returned from Ludhiana and Banaras in India on May 27 had contacted corona. "Corona infection has been confirmed in a 49-year-old man of Gulariya Tol in Sakhuwaprasauni Gaonpalika-2 and a 25-year-old man in Jamuniya," he said. "Last Monday, swabs were collected from 24 people in the quarantine of Deurwana, two of whom tested positive."

Similarly, corona infection was confirmed in a 34-year-old man in the quarantine of Zhawa in Bindwasani village on Tuesday evening.