Coronavirus: latest global developments

(AFP): As prepared by the international news agency Agence France-Presse (AFP) Here are the latest developments in the coronavirus crisis: Another lockdown for EnglandBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a new coronavirus lockdown for England from Thursday to December 2. However, schools will remain open this time around.The ramped-up response comes as Britain surpasses one… Continue reading Coronavirus: latest global developments

Health ministry asks clarification with hospitals for making deposite compulsory to covid-19 patients

Kathmandu: The government has demanded an explanation from the hospital for taking deposit from covid-19 infected patients.While unveiling today’s Covid-19 national update of the Ministry of Health and Population, spokesperson Gautam said that only those who can afford it should be charged but those who cannot afford it should be treated free of cost by… Continue reading Health ministry asks clarification with hospitals for making deposite compulsory to covid-19 patients

Covid treatment becoming expensive for patients

Kathmandu: The Ministry of Health and Population has made public the treatment fee schedule for Covid-19 patients admitted to Shukraraj Tropical and Saruwa Raag Hospital, Teku. The published fee has been in force since last Friday. A corona infected person with a critical condition requiring a ventilator will have to pay a deposit of Rs… Continue reading Covid treatment becoming expensive for patients

TenzingHillary Everest Marathon announces Late British Ambassador Richard Morris Honor Prize

Photo Courtesy: TenzingHillary Everest Marathon organizer

Kathmandu: The organizing committee of the TenzingHillary Everest Marathon has decided to Honor the Late British Ambassador to Nepal, Richard Morris by announcing the Richard Morris Honor Prize in the memory of him on May 29 from the next year 2021 marathon event in the Everest Region.This Prize will be awarded to one of the… Continue reading TenzingHillary Everest Marathon announces Late British Ambassador Richard Morris Honor Prize

Around 1.5 million Nepalis return from abroad during covid-19 pandemic

Photo courtesy: Rastriya Sanchar Samiti

Kathmandu (RSS): The government has data on the number of people rescued from repatriated countries after the global impact of COVID-19, but it is difficult to find out what work or business they are involved in returning.What kind of employment do they want? It has not been seen that they have to work in the… Continue reading Around 1.5 million Nepalis return from abroad during covid-19 pandemic

Obama: Trump failed to take pandemic, presidency seriously

Former President Barack Obama speaks at a rally at Belle Isle Casino in Detroit, Mich., Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, also attended by Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden. Photo Courtesy: AP

DETROIT (AP) — Calling Joe Biden his “brother,” Barack Obama on Saturday accused Donald Trump of failing to take the coronavirus pandemic and the presidency seriously as Democrats leaned on America’s first Black president to energize Black voters in battleground Michigan on the final weekend of the 2020 campaign.Obama, the 44th president, and Biden, his… Continue reading Obama: Trump failed to take pandemic, presidency seriously