• Turkey - 1581 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Turkey - 71 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Turkey - 2102 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 1581 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 71 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 2102 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • North Macedonia - 142 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • North Macedonia - 12 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • North Macedonia - 637 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 142 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 12 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 637 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Czechia - 513 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Czechia - 89 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Czechia - 7510 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 513 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 89 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Europe - 7510 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Brazil - 41 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Brazil - 2871 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • South America - 41 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • South America - 2871 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Palestine - 609 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Palestine - 8 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Palestine - 506 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 609 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 8 Deaths (1 year ago)
  • Asia - 506 New Cases (1 year ago)
  • Cuba - 57 Recovered (1 year ago)
  • Cuba - 1 Deaths (1 year ago)

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Bhutan 332 1 0 0 306 4 26

COVID-19 Latest News for Bhutan:

1 year ago
All Schools in the country to open next year: MoE
The Bhutanese

Students in the country have missed out on school because of Coronavirus, but the education ministry plans to open schools for the 2021 academic year with a few exceptions. Chief Program Officer and officiating Director General of School Planning and Coordination Division (SPCD), Kinley Gyeltshen said...

1 year ago
More than 100 Bhutanese to leave for Middle East next week to earn and support families back home despite risks
The Bhutanese

Amid Covid-19, a total of 133 people will be leaving for Kuwait and Dubai next week signing the undertaking letter that they are understand the risk and are leaving the country for jobs that they have. Most of them came for vacation and could not return back due to ban of international flights. Many...

1 year ago
ECCD Evaluation Report has important findings
The Bhutanese

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the lives across the world and impacted the wellbeing of children and families. Particularly worrying is the unprecedented disruption of learning for all children, including preschool children, due to school and Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) centers closure...

1 year ago
MoAF to train and engage Youths in Irrigation Canal construction
The Bhutanese

According to the Engineer of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Khandu Tshering, the Ministry will engage youth in the construction of irrigation canals in the country after providing some basic training. His Majesty The King in a recent Royal Address called upon the youth of the country to come...

1 year ago
Lyonchhen’s four-point formula to help the economy recover
The Bhutanese

The PM says that after the Coronavirus the next biggest worry is unemployment With the economy taking a series of continuous hits from the stoppage of tourism in March, with the detection of the first case, to the recent lockdown, the Prime Minister has now outlined a four-point formula to help the...

1 year ago
JDWNRH will deliver normal services by Monday
The Bhutanese

From Monday, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) will return back to its new normal and all the services will be provided and people can visit hospital  as both walk in patients  and the appointment system will also be there. During the 21-day national lockdown, the hospital...

1 year ago
Phuentsholing COVID Centre manages highest ever number of 20 positive cases
The Bhutanese

With the fourth day of national lockdown the isolation ward in Phuentsholing are managing positive cases without much problem. In the first day of lockdown, three positive cases was reported and in the following day it was 12 positive cases which was a huge number. The Covid centre in Phuentsholing...

1 year ago
Medicines to be provided to all chronic patients on time: JDWNRH
The Bhutanese

JDWNRH will make sure that all the patients who are under medication will get their medicines on time. The hospital is delivering medicines to all patients including the chronic patients. The hospital vehicles will leave for delivery at around 2 pm and drop all the medicines at the doorstop of the patients...

1 year ago
Bhutanese who shifted from Jaigaon face housing and livelihood issues
The Bhutanese

It has been 3 months since some of the Bhutanese that were living in Jaigoan are putting up in accommodations provided by family or friends in Bhutan. Temporary housing arrangement for many Bhutanese residing in Jaigaon have been made under His Majesty’s command providing relief to many of them. However...

1 year ago
Thimphu city once again gets crowded and careless
The Bhutanese

In a stark contrast to the ghostly town appearance after the first COVID-19 case was reported, Thimphu city is once again bustling with activity as the people lose their fear and social distancing is not being maintained despite advice from the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus. There...

1 year ago
Overdraft of Nu 350 mn to FCBL for Buyback Scheme
The Bhutanese

Over production of local farm produce should not be an issue: Agriculture Minister Agriculture Minister Yeshey Penjor said FCBL is to implement the Buyback Scheme for farm produce and so the government has provided them with the overdraft (OD) facility. The OD from the bank is to ensure that the Buyback...

1 year ago
Industrial operations not halted despite COVID-19 pressure: MoEA Minister
The Bhutanese

Economic Affairs Minister Lok Nath Sharma yesterday said that the relief measures provided to the small, cottage and medium and large companies in the form of working capital loans have so far ensured the production and operation for industries within Bhutan. He stated that the recommendation towards...

1 year ago
No formal exams but assessment will be there for classes PP to IX and XI
The Bhutanese

Exams for class X and XII There will be no examinations for classes PP to IX and XI. For classes PP to VI, the promotion of students will be based on instructions and assessment tasks provided through BBS lessons, radio lessons, Self-Instructional Material (SIM) or other social media platforms (WeChat...

1 year ago
More than 11,000 graduate from De-suung program
The Bhutanese

The Integrated DeSuung Training Program envisioned by His Majesty The King has provided crucial manpower in safeguarding the country from the global pandemic as many DeSuups man the border, quarantine centers and the country as a whole. “Their service to the nation in such times along with other law...

1 year ago
Foreign laborers can be replaced if Bhutanese are paid well and dignity of labor is maintained
The Bhutanese

There is a realization among people that Bhutanese workers can replace foreign laborers if they are paid well, if they are appreciated and if the government can provide them with the training to make them into skilled workers. If such care is taken then the unemployment issues could also be solved ultimately...

1 year ago
OCP and BSB sign MoU to standardize fair market practices
The Bhutanese

In order to promote healthy competition and protect consumers from being deceived through various malpractices in the market, the Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA) signed a ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ (MoU) with the Bhutan Standard Bureau (BSB) on...

1 year ago
Semchen Tshethar Tshogpa is indirectly killing animals: Agriculture Minister
The Bhutanese

Agriculture Minister Yeshey Penjor said that the Semchen Tshethar Tshogpa (STT) is providing free meat to the meat vendors. He explained that merely rescuing animals is not enough. Freeing the rescued animals in the open environment is as good as indirectly killing them. “Semchen Tsethar Tshogpa saves...

1 year ago
Safety kits provided to people manning the border: Health Minister
The Bhutanese

Ministry of Health (MoH) has provided certain facilities to secure the safety the people manning the border. As a preventive measure, MoH has provided disposable facemasks and hand gloves to people manning the border. Health Minister Dechen Wangmo said that usage of facemasks and hand gloves are important...

1 year ago
India extends lockdown by 2 more weeks
The Bhutanese

The nationwide coronavirus lockdown will be extended by two more weeks from May 4, the Indian government said on friday, noting significant gains from the six-week shutdown in India’s fight to slow the spread of COVID-19. Extending the lockdown for the second time, the home ministry announced new...

1 year ago
Flu vaccine for all being considered
The Bhutanese

During the Meet-the-Press held yesterday, Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering said that under Royal Command the Ministry of Health is considering providing the flu vaccination for every individual from the next season. PM said ordinary flu will complicate or mix with other flu like symptoms, like in the...

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