Covid19 Nepal

PM’s tweet: Kathmandu is Free From Coronavirus – Does he intend to loosen the lockdown?

Prime Minister KP Oli has declared Kathmandu Valley Corona-free. He said that he was satisfied that the Kathmandu Valley was free of corona. Oli said on Twitter that the mother of the 81-year-old woman, who was undergoing treatment at the Sun City Hospital in Pepsi-Cola, Kathmandu, had recovered and was discharged. “As soon as the 81-year-old senior citizen infected with

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102 were brought to Nepal from Indian quarantine, 340 being returned

Nepalese in Indian quarantine have been repatriated. Though preparations were made to bring 125 people to Nepal on Friday, only 102 people have entered Nepal due to time consuming health check-up. After 4 pm, Indian authorities began handing over the quarantined Nepalis to the Government of Nepal in Belahiya. Chief District Officer of Rupandehi, Mahadev Pantha, said that 102 Nepalis

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The Covid 19 Testing trial of everyone in the mosque of Kathmandu has started

The government has started testing the corona virus (Covid-19) in all the mosques in Kathmandu. Director General of the Health Department, Mahendra Prasad Shrestha, informed that the test has been started in all the people in the mosque in Kathmandu after the corona infection was found in the people in the mosque in Udaipur. According to him, the polymerase chain

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Corona Virus infection was found in eight more in Udaipur

Kathmandu, April 21, Corana Positive has been found in a swab test of eight families living in the area after confirming a corona infection  12 Indians and 1 Nepali citizen in Udaypur Bhulke mosque. According to Gyan Bahadur Basnet, chief of Morang District Public Health Office and head of the province-1 Covid Information Center, Swab is being tested further because

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Coronavirus – Partial Lockdown in Nepal From Monday

In yet another drastic step to contain possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the government today decided to impose a partial lockdown by completely halting long-distance transportation services, international flights and non-essential services offered by both private and public sectors. In his address to the nation this evening, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli announced a complete halt on long-haul transportation

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