KATHMANDU, Dec 25: The Meteorological Forecasting Division (MFD) under the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has advised the public to take necessary precautions against the cold as temperatures continue to decline throughout the country.

KATHMANDU, Dec 16: The Ministry of Health and Population has urged one and all to observe precautions as cold has increased across the country including the Kathmandu Valley.

KATHMANDU, May 23: The government has urged the general public to take special precautions regarding the potential risk of spreading of monkeypox.

KATHMANDU, Jan 12: The District Administration Offices (DAOs) in Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur have urged all people to take necessary precautions against COVID-19 as health officials have warned of the start of the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Department of Hydrology and Meteorology urges all to take necessary precautions

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KATHMANDU, March 30: The entire world is presently battling to contain the spread of coronavirus, termed as COVID-19 by the World Health Organisation. The virus which first emerged from Wuhan of Hubei province in China has already taken a pandemic turn. Bearing in mind the global health threat posed by it, several countries have gone into lockdown, as a precautionary measure against the deadly virus. In this connection, the Government of Nepal also announced a weeklong national lockdown beginning from March 24, which was extended Sunday to last till April 7. The extension was as per the Cabinet meeting decision acting on the recommendation of the High-level Task Force on Coronavirus Infection Prevention, Control, and Treatment headed by Deputy Prime Minister Ishwar Pokhrel.

NEW YORK – When interpreting the US Federal Reserve’s weekend announcement of new measures to mitigate the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important not to confuse motion with action.

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The Covid-19 has now become a reality for Nepal. Until Monday, Nepal had only one positive (and a recovered) case. Now another person, who recently returned from France, has been tested positive and she is undergoing treatment at Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital, Teku. With this, panic level among people has sharply increased. Perhaps considering the seriousness of the case after this incident, the government on Monday enforced complete lockdown of the country. It is clear that the government had to announce this drastic measure after the appeal to the people to stay home, not to travel and thus take care of themselves went in vain. The curfew-like situation that has started from Tuesday morning has worked considerably well. Streets are empty and vehicles are not seen on the streets.  But this, it seems, is true only in the main streets of the valley. Outside of the Ring Road and in inner streets, people don’t seem to care about the lockdown.

KHOTANG, March 25: Jantedhunaga Municipality of Khotang has urged 40 people who recently returned home from different parts of India to self-quarantine. They had visited local health desks for confirmation whether they are infected with the novel coronavirus. According to Pawan Pokharel, health department coordinator of the rural municipality, they looked normal and did not have symptoms of fever or cough. “So they have been sent home. They have been advised to observe self-quarantine for 14 days and are under our monitoring,” he said.

KATHMANDU, March 25: With one more case of the novel coronavirus infection surfacing, the provincial and local governments in the country are focused on the expansion of health care centers and isolation wards. Gandaki, Karnali, Bagamti and other provincial governments have established temporary hospitals as well as directed all existing hospitals to prioritize coronavirus-infected patients over regular ones.

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, B-town celebs on Saturday urged fans to take all the precautionary measures to fight the pandemic.

Apart from sharing precautionary measures with their fans on social media in the wake of coronavirus outbreak, Bollywood celebrities were also seen practising what they preached.

KATHMANDU, March 7: The novel coronavirus is continuing its spread in many countries around the world. Amid coronavirus outbreak, the World Health Organization has listed ten things that people should be taking to get ready:

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who is very popular in China, has expressed concern over the coronavirus outbreak in the country that has claimed over 2,300 lives and advised people to take precautions and follow government's instructions in "this time of crisis".

SEOUL, South Korea, Feb 20: South Korea reported its first death from the new virus on Thursday while the mayor of a southeastern city urged its 2.5 million people to stay inside as infections linked to a church congregation spiked.

BHAIRAHAWA, Feb 3: A 'help desk' has been set up at Belahiya point along the Nepal-India border in Rupandehi district as a preventive measure against the coronavirus infection.