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WHO chief warns against talk of ‘endgame’ in pandemic

Jan 25, 2022
The World Health Organization’s director-general on Monday warned that conditions remain ideal for more coronavirus variants to emerge and it’s dangerous to assume omicron is the last one.

Consultancies and students on thin line amid COVID

Jan 23, 2022
From the tourism department to educational institutions have been severely impacted by previous lockdowns

USA may record 142,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations

Jan 11, 2022
United States on Monday recorded 141,385 COVID-19 cases in hospitals with medical staff struggled to treat the infected patients amid an unprecedented surge of the coronavirus.

Japan extends strict measures amid COVID surge

Jan 11, 2022
Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases, Japan has decided to extend the entry ban on non-resident foreigners until the end of February.

Kathmandu CDOs to have joint meeting today

Jan 11, 2022
A joint meeting of the Chief District Officers (CDOs) of Kathmandu Valley is scheduled to be held on Tuesday afternoon.

Chief Minister calls for preparedness against a new variant of coronavirus

Jan 10, 2022
Chief Minister of Karnali Province Jeevan Bahadur Shahi has instructed the officials for the preparedness against the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Thailand records 1st cluster of Omicron variant

Dec 25, 2021
Thailand reported its first cluster of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the northeastern Kalasin province, health officials said on Friday.

TIA: Don't overcrowd the airport amid Omicron scare

Dec 17, 2021
Tribhuvan International Airport Office (TIA) has requested the public not to overcrowd at the premises of the airport.

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