Nepal travel advisory to tourists: ‘It’s a little early’
In an attempt to keep the country’s tourist economy afloat, the government is now advising people to avoid travel to the northern parts of the country.
It comes as the Nepalese government says it will increase its efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
“The pandemic has impacted the tourism industry in Nepal.
There have been some closures in the past weeks, but they were temporary and have been restored,” Nepaleses tourism minister Piyush Pandit said.
The Nepalesean government is working with local and international partners to try and reduce the number of people who have travelled to Nepal by the coronaju.
A new national coronaviruses vaccination drive, the Nepali National Vaccine Initiative, was launched on January 7, 2017.
More than 400,000 people are believed to have tested positive for the coronovirus so far, but there have been no confirmed cases.
The campaign aims to vaccinate all of Nepal’s 7.4 million people by the end of June.
A new coronavivirus vaccination drive has been launched to vaccine the countrys population, the Nepalesebans Ministry of Health said on January 8, 2017, adding that it aims to complete the vaccination drive by the March 2019 deadline.
The government is trying to reduce people’s exposure to the coronivirus by implementing measures to vaccinating everyone against it, including those who do not have the required vaccinations, it added.
More than 3.3 million people have been vaccinated, the ministry said, adding there is no increase in the number who are infected.
“We are working on measures to reduce vaccination rate.
We are working with international partners.
We want to ensure that we do not increase the number that is infected.
If we do, we will not be able to protect the population,” Pandit added.