The Rasuwagadhi-Kerung border point between Nepal and China reopened on Thursday after it remained closed for around three weeks due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The border point, which is one of the key trade routes between the two country, was closed after a Nepali worker tested positive for the Covid-19, Xinhua reported.
Earlier, it reopened in early July after it was closed for nearly six months firstly due to snowfall in the bordering Chinese region and later because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
“Two containers of medical goods entered into Nepal after the reopening of border point on Wednesday,” senior customs officer at Rasuwagadhi, Punya Bikram Khadka told Xinhua.
“Now, we hope the movement of goods will take place normally.”
According to the officer, there has been a restricted flow of goods through this border as both countries have adopted zero human-to-human contact policy between the two sides until the pandemic is over.
The Tatopani-Zhangmu, another border point, which reopened in late March after closing in January, has also remained shut for the last few months.