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preparations for 2020
The country has reopened mountaineering and will issue climbing permits for the upcoming autumn season. In a bid to boost the tourism economy, the Nepali Government on Thursday resumed the mountaineering activities after five months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government has opened its Himalayan mountains including Mount Everest to climbers and has...
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The Ministry of tourism and civil aviation
Following the government’s decision to operate the aviation sector, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation have prepared standards for the resumption of the aviation sector. The government had instructed the Ministry of Tourism to set standards for domestic and international flights which is being resumed from August 17. After that, the Ministry of...
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coronavirus covid-19 shuts everest expedition
In line with the various strategies initiated to stave off COVID-19, the Nepali Government has launched a new website and mobile application. The main aim of this initiation is to educate the citizens with the latest initiatives by the government against COVID-19 and systemize the ‘coronavirus prevention and control’ measures.
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government of nepal
Remember that if your country does not have an embassy here, you should register with your responsible embassy abroad (likely in New Delhi). Be sure you provide a reliable way to contact you (email preferably). Get a SIM card if you don’t already have one.
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tourist stranded in nepal
During a COVID-19 Control Committee meeting led by Defence Minister Ishwar Pokhrel on March 25, 2020, the Nepali Government has decided to evacuate foreign nationals stranded in Kathmandu. The concerned foreign Embassies are exploring various flight options to airlift their citizens from Nepal. There are an estimated 10,000 foreign tourists, mainly from the USA, Australia,...
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COVID-19
So far, the coronavirus has infected 472,026 people and claimed 21,297 lives.  With the unprecedented nation-wide lockdown in Nepal, around 160 foreign tourists have been stuck across the high-altitude regions in the country. The Nepali Government has imposed a lockdown on March 24, 2020 which includes schools, offices, factories, parks, temples, railways and even the...
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deputy Prime Minister
According to the Minister Ishwor Pokharel, people not following the lockdown rules will face stringent action as per the Infectious Disease Act, 2020 BS. Under the Act, the rule-breakers will be clobbered with NPR 100 fine or 1-month jail or both.
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World Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the ‘COVID-19 testing capacity’ of the Nepali National Public Health Laboratory (NPHL) is authentic and adequate. The review of the NPHL laboratories by the WHO representatives comes on the heels of the request of Dr Jonathan Ashcroft, Deputy Lead Microbiologist, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team.
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corona virus
Coronavirus induced disease Covid-19 is a global pandemic; it’s official now. With almost 60 countries being impacted by the disease, world governments and numerous international health institutions are working to end the reign of this virus. When it started spreading in January this year, it didn’t seem like a big deal, but things got pretty...
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national lockdown due to corona
The government has completely halted long-distance transportation services, suspended international flights, banned non-essential services, closed educational institutions and sealed 170 border points starting from March 23, 2020. The government has also decided to mobilize security personnel at the 170 checkpoints to restrict the movement of people and set up health desks at major border points...
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