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12 steps Nepal takes to combat coronavirus

02 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The government has stepped up preparedness to contain the spread of coronavirus.

The government has decided not to issue on-arrival visas for citizens of five countries worst hit by COVID-19 virus and urged foreign-bound Nepalis to travel only in the case of emergency.

Here what the government has done summed up in 12 points.

Travel advisory issued for Nepalis regarding abroad travel
Passengers from India arriving through land routes to be screened
Sagarmatha Dialogue postponed
Distribution of visitor pass at Tribhuvan International Airport canceled
General public urged not to visit TIA unless in emergency
Those receiving and bidding farewell to passengers to TIA must wear masks
Continuity to Kharipati quarantine
Request to the general public for not organizing big feast and gatherings
Request to the general public to not to crowd at public places
EPS passed workers stopped from going to South Korea for the time being
To put hospitals around the country on standby
Interim order by Supreme Court to prepare for a possible epidemic

Publish Date : 02 March 2020 21:37 PM

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