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May 7, 2021

Food crisis in Humla triggers operation of flights

Humla: The District Level COVID Management Center (DCMC) has decided to allow supplies of food and construction materials since Wednesday taking into consideration the possible food crisis with the rise in the spike of coronavirus cases.

A meeting of the stakeholders presided over by Center coordinator and Chief District Officer Ganesh Acharya on Wednesday decided to resume flight services to avoid possible food crisis in the district.

The meeting attended by the representatives of Sita Air, Tara Air and Summit Air – the private air companies operating their services in the district took the decision.

Earlier, all the flights to and from Surkhet and Nepalgunj were suspended after eight air passengers had tested positive for coronavirus in antigen test on last Monday (rss)

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