COVID -19: Is Nepal is safe from Novel Coronavirus?

As the world is known about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID – 19) and here is one question Is Nepal safe from Novel Coronavirus? 2019 Novel Corona Virus was firstly diagnosed in the Wuhan State of China. The outburst of this novel, Wuhan coronavirus, affected many countries worldwide. Its effect in Nepal is also witnessed with the outbreak of this virus. February 18th, 2020, hasn’t made a severe impact on the death toll in Nepal.

Coronavirus is said to have emerged from the Wuhan state of China. Nepal has not been affected by the coronavirus until this time. China is the neighbor of Nepal. This big rule nation’s power all over the world is unquestionably the primary concern. However, the whole of Nepal is entirely safe to visit as Nepal is dedicating its Visit Nepal 2020. Because of the virus, Nepal got an impact on this campaign many tourist arrivals from China, but now it is stopped to a very extent. The National Health Public Laboratory is working with many health agencies and organizations to accurately diagnose the corona Virus Nepal’s health regularity is facing stress to cope with the circumstances. But Nepal is safe in terms of fatality, and the diagnosed person appears today.


The thread of coronavirus in Nepal?

The world health organization has affirmed a global health emergency because of the rapidly spreading rate of the coronavirus. This alarming situation is the primary fear of today’s date; however, with the figures open until the time of the plague of coronavirus in Nepal is insignificant and very negative. It will be very epidemic if coronavirus enters Nepal because there is a lack of necessary modern equipment to diagnose the person with the coronavirus. It is said that this virus may transform from a competent person to a healthy person without any symptoms.


Symptoms of Coronavirus

The world health organization and, many health agencies say that it can be transformed from a competent person to a healthy person. The virus directly attacks a person’s respiratory system and may spread with direct contact with another person. Coronavirus is in the ratio of 3, and it means that if one person is affected, then it can transmit to 3 people as well. Only two days is the incubation period of the coronavirus. The symptoms of the coronavirus may appear in as few as two days or as long as 145 days after exposure.

Symptoms of Coronavirus are:
  • Fever
  • Chest Pain
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Headache
  • Kidney failure
  • Pneumonia
  • Sore throat
  • Chills
  • Cough and shortness of breath
Prevention measures:

Wash your hands – Wash your hand frequently with an alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water because it can kill viruses if it is on your side.

Practice respiratory hygiene – Cover your nose and mouth with a fixed elbow when coughing and sneezing. And throw the tissue in the bin and wash your hand immediately. Because when you cover your mouth, it prevents to spread of germs and viruses
Maintain distance – Keep at least 3 feet gap between yourself and different people, Mainly those who are sneezing, coughing, and having a fever. Because when someone who is infected with respiratory disease, coughs, and sneezers, they produce small droplets containing the virus. If you go close then, you may breathe that virus.

Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth – You should avoid top touch eyes, nose, and mouth because if you feel the eyes, nose, and mouth with contaminated hands, you can transfer the virus from the surface to yourself.

Is Nepal safe to visit?

The affected of the corona Virus is not seen in Nepal. Many health agencies in Nepal are working to diagnose and cope with the coronavirus. Hopefully, it may stop spreading this virus. Nepal is safe to visit as many government bodies, and the private sector has been working to control this outbreak. Visiting Nepal at this time will not affect your traveling experiences. Nepal does not have any historical record of the Coronavirus to date. With proper care and precaution, you can visit Nepal and travel here freely.

What has Nepal done to be safe from coronavirus?

Now, there is a facility of a temperature screening area at the international airport – just like in most other countries. The leading hospitals have been put on alert, and staff in many hospitals have been trained on the symptoms of coronavirus.


What happens if there is an outbreak of Coronavirus in Nepal?

Nepal is ready for any massive outbreak. Doctors have affirmed there are enough isolation wards and beds—an evacuation plane carrying non-Coronavirus cases of Nepali from China here in Nepal on February 16th, 2020. A divide isolation area has been set up for them. In my experience, doctors in Nepal have a firmer hold on reality than administration. Again, keep in mind so far there seems to be a massive outbreak or any at all in Nepal.


Should you be worried about the coronavirus when traveling to Nepal?

In this situation, you might think that it is dreadful to visit Nepal because its neighboring country and many parts of the world are suffering from Corona Virus. But in Nepal, there are negligible chances to spread around with the possible immediate action and medical assistance as we can say that Nepal is safe from coronavirus.

Additional coronavirus precautions if traveling to Nepal.

Socially and culturally, in Nepal, unlocking coughing and spitting are accepted. However, these practices are not obligatory by healthcare organizations as they may contribute to the extent of a virus and are hygienically problematic.

Here is easily available of dust-masks and face masks in Nepal but better to use the N90 mask.

Sanitation and good hygiene are skillful in Nepal, but better to take safety measures like washing your hands frequently and avoiding touching your face.

In the past days, several medical organizations have said the virus can be transmitted on a physical matter such as money or paper. So wash your hand frequently.

Do bring your supply of face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer.


What we advocate

As an authentic travel operator, it’s our responsibility to give you information about the places you visit. Which will let you know about the risks and planning about the tour, which also regards safety and health? At this time, the World Health Organization is keeping more eyes on this critical situation. If you are planning to visit the Himalayans on this holiday, we strongly recommend the following.

Before you travel to Nepal

  • Before you visit, read our tips on coronavirus and medical assistance abroad.
  • Keep updated on the information about the coronavirus outbreak and medical assistance.
  • If you are pregnant or have a weak immune system, then first consult with your doctor before traveling.
  • Check with your travel operator, airline, agent, insurance provider, and accommodation provider to consider your options concerning possible changes in services.
  • Personalizes your holiday, especially look for an option rather than group travel.
  • Take the information about the destination.
  • Stay away from the risks of coronavirus, which may lead to widespread disruptions that may come into effect with minimal notice.

While you’re absent

  • Go to medical immediately when you start to feel uneasy.
  • Take suggestions from the local authorities of your nation.
  • Try not to visit high-risk areas like livestock, market, farms, and animal slaughter areas.
  • Stay away from dead or alive animals like pigs, chickens, ducks, and other wild birds.
  • Stay away from the surfaces with animal droppings or secretion.
  • Wash your hand frequently, mainly after contact with animals and birds.
  • Before touching your eyes and nose, wash your hand with soap and water.
  • Be away from sick people, especially people having fever, cough, or trouble breathing.
  • Check your health status, to be in a safe zone
  • Contact airlines and travel companies for any updates or changes in the services.
  • Wearing a mask is also one of the best prevention measures; we want to recommend you to wear a mask.


After returning from Nepal and you feel unwell.

When you back to your country after travel, if you feel uneasy and unwell, then immediately consult with your personal doctor and tell them about your original travel plan. If you are in a place to do so, better hurry in front time before making a meeting. Which will help the doctor to study your symptoms?
Thank you.

Visit Nepal 2020 and Corona Virus.

The visit Nepal 2020 campaign is started on January 12th of 2020 by Nepal’s government to endorse tourism in Nepal. This campaign is open with a high aim, of bringing about 2 million tourists to Nepal. Experience-based tourism and the ultimate escapade that Nepal has to present is the primary showcase in 2020. From the remotest places to the urban landscapes of Nepal, every destination has its different contributions, and that’s something visiting Nepal is about.

China is the main tourist receiving region of Nepal, and the crash of the virus can get in the tourism industry worldwide is hard. Nearly every one of the babyboomers and Chinese millennials explores the world. While itself is hurting from the outbreak of this deadly virus, Nepal is also pretentious by the beyond-control disaster. From one viewpoint, there is a risk of spreading the virus, and on the other hand, the financial sustainability of the tourism industry is also significant anxiety.

The crash of the coronavirus is already seen as February is the first month in which Chinese citizens travel. This is the best month in China, and with the administration ban and the spreading coronavirus is clear to impact the tourism industry of Nepal and throughout the whole world.