All the courts across the country have suspended hearing for the next two weeks citing coronavirus fears.
A meeting of the PSC decided to postpone the exams of civil service, security bodies and other government organizations scheduled between March 21 and April 12.
Earlier in the afternoon, the committee had decided to conduct the SEE in a secure and healthy environment. But after DPM Pokhrel apprised Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli of the
“Cinema halls, cultural centers, stadiums, gyms and health clubs, museum, swimming pools, entertainment centers, dance bars and other places of gatherings will remain closed till April 30,” said the committee
No Nepali nationals residing in South Korea have been infected by the coronavirus, said Dilliram Bastola, labor attache at the Embassy of Nepal in South Korea.
Nepal has no cases of coronavirus infection, said Secretary at the Ministry of Health and Population Yadav Prasad Koirala.
All nine individuals, who recently returned Siraha-10 from India and were suffering from common cold and cough, have tested negative for coronavirus, according to District Health Office chief Krishna Dev
“Testing will begin with 45 young, healthy volunteers with different doses of shots co-developed by NIH and Moderna Inc. There is no chance participants could get infected from the shots,
Grande International Hospital's medical director Dr. Chakra Raj Pandey confirmed that the said patient did not have COVID-19.
The Embassy of the United States in Kathmandu has canceled routine Diversity Visa and nonimmigrant visa appointment for an indefinite period.