Nepal safe from coronavirus or COVID-19. coronavirus is a new fetal transnational diseases that firstly appeared in wuhan, China. Till Now it is spreading around the world. The People Republic of China and South Korea are the most affected countries. It was appeared in January in the state of Wuhan China and now it is the global tension to every nations. The Novel coronavirus / COVID-19 has affected multiple countries worldwide but the china is most affected one. The effects of this virus is alarmingly emerging in many nations. The drug have still to be discovered yet, due to this diseases more than 1300 People already died in china. The killer virus is spreading around the country of china and many other nations getting the effects
Nepal is very near and border linked country with china. There are a lot of Chinese tourist who come to Nepal, but after this the movement have been less.
Have a look video by World health Organization
Table of contents
Sign and symptoms of coronavirus
For confirmed chorona virus infections, reported illnesses have ranged from people with little to no symptoms to people being severely ill and up to dying. Symptoms can include:Fever, chest pain, Chills
Shortness of breath
Look at the table of the coronavirus patients / COVID-19
the following numbers of the people infected and deaths around the globe
27,442 / 9,126
22 / 6
10 / 35
1 / 23
23 / 7
53 / 7
12 / 6
5 / 1
3 / 2
Is Nepal safe to travel after coronavirus
While travelling to Nepal, you need to take some consideration. As Nepal has not any effect till now. As we are very near from China, you might have thoughts that it is dangerous to travel, but till this date we don’t have any patience of Chorona Virus. Since the number of patients are increasing globally high cautions are required to keep yourself safe.
Here is what world Health organization Travel advisory says
Risk of coronavirus in Nepal
There is no Risk of coronavirus in Nepal till this date. There was a flu with the students who returned to Nepal from Wuhan but after diagnosis he is now normal and he is still on supervision of Doctor. Apart from that Nepal has not any emergencies diagnosed with coronavirus. Nepal Government is closely monitoring the situations. Nepal does not any transmission history of coronavirus till this date
There are many students in china who is studying the medical science want to return to Nepal, and the government have made the separate place to put them for a 15 days even they are not affected. They will be on high supervision after they arrive to Nepal
Till this date Nepal is safe from Coronavirus, if you can travel here safely avoiding the routes of China, Singapore and Malaysia you can travel very well. But you have to follow the safety first. Here is the statement of Trekking agency association of Nepal (TAAN), the umbrella organization of Trekking operators of Nepal
Nepal is safe to visit as the governmental bodies and private sector of Nepal is working on to control this outbreak. Visiting Nepal will not affect your travel experience and of course, Nepal does not have any transmission history of coronavirus till the date. With proper care and precaution, you can travel to Nepal safely. In Nepal you can do the Everest base camp trek, Manaslu Trek, Annapurna circuit trek and many other holiday.
Nepal evacuates its citizens from Wuhan
The government of Nepal on Sunday morning evacuated 175 citizens residing in Wuhan, Hubei province of China, the place where the novel coronavirus originated, in its bid to protect them from the infection.
They will be quarantined at a location in Kharipati of Bhaktapur district, on the eastern outskirts of Kathmandu Valley, for the next weeks.
A wide-body aircraft of the national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines, had gone to the Wuhan airport last night to fetch the Nepalis. The aircraft landed back at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu at around 3:30 am today. They were taken to the Nepal Electricity Authority’s training centre in Kharipati on buses after a health checkup at the airport. The police had escorted the buses.