In Nepal, the figures released by the Ministry of Health record a total of 16,168 (8th July 2020). Nepal is ranked 61st in countries regarding cases of Covid-19, the viral pneumonia that affects the planet. The number of fatalities remains at 35. In contrast, in the country there are 7,499 people recovered as of today.
Life has returned to the streets, although there are still some restrictions, especially for hospitality sector, traffic management, schools but most businesses have reopened their doors. The economy is trying to restart slowly as quarantine was suffocating the it.
Few days ago the government opened the entrance to many emblematic places in the city such as the Swayambunath temple and the Boudhanath stupa among others. Little by little the streets of Kathmandu seem to return to normal, although movement between districts is still not allowed either.We will keep you informed of all the news that happens.
We must also inform you that the international airport as all domestic flights will be suspended until 21st July.We trust that the government will communicate its plans, we will keep you informed if there are any changes.
The Covid-19 has brought the tourism to a complete halt. The Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) which is the country’s only international airport so far is going under renovation and construction works. New sterile departure is completed already and the new hall is under construction with old one being demolished. The construction of parking and runway expansion is completed as well along with the taxiway and the centerline light.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) started the expansion of Tribhuvan International Airport in November 2017 and since 2018 most of the morning flights to Lukla were being commenced from another airport in Ramechhap which is about 5 hours drive from Kathmandu.
TIA utilized the lockdown to construct and renovate where around 400 flights were being operated daily. At the moment only cargo and repatriation flights are being operation from TIA.
With an aim to slowly make it a habit of coming to the office, our team at Thamserku have been coming to the office twice a week on a rotation basis (department wise) However, our dedicated core team can be seen at the office daily from 10 am to 1 pm. At Thamserku, we are maintaining safety and health measures to keep our team safe. Everybody needs to follow our “Safety Guideline Procedures”. This includes, frequent hand washing, sanitizers, use of face masks at all times, temperature checks upon check in, avoid common areas and physical distancing. Furthermore, we ensure that our workspace is also safe to use as there are regular sanitization and cleanliness procedures being followed.Among all this COVID 19 situation, we continue working on giving the best of us