Gokul Chat temporarily closed after owner tests positive for COVID-19
Twin blasts at this eatery and open air theatre at Lumbini park in 2007 had left 44 people dead and injured 68.
Police said the management took the decision after the owner, who was suffering from pneumonia for a long time, was admitted to a private hospital on June 13 and subsequently tested positive.
Though the owner had not been coming to the eatery since June 8, the workers there have been placed under home quarantine, they said.Samples have been collected from his family members for COVID-19 tests, they said. SJR VVK APR RAVINDRANATH APR RAVINDRANATH
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