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COVID-19 statistics for Bhutan

Total Cases

110

0.00%

New Cases

0

Total Deaths

0

0.00%

Total Recovered

96

87.27%

Active Cases

0

0.00%

Critical Cases

14

12.73%

Last update: 157 seconds ago

CoronaVirus charts for Bhutan

Cases

Currently Infected

Daily Cases

Coronavirus statistics for Bhutan

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Bhutan 110 0 0 0 96 0 14

COVID-19 Latest News for Bhutan:

4 weeks 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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 month 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...


2 months 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...


3 months 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...


3 months 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...

3 months 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...


3 months 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...


4 months ago
DHI to reduce data charges for education and waive off internet and electricity charges for quarantine centers
The Bhutanese

The Druk Holdings and Investment (DHI) in a release said, “As we all work towards containing the spread of coronavirus, the members of DHI and Companies would like to sincerely thank His Majesty for the Guidance and fighting the virus on the frontline. We also applaud our frontline health workers,...


4 months ago
Colleges in the country take the lead in the use of Virtual Learning
The Bhutanese

As the educational institutes in Bhutan remain closed for classes, many have adopted the online teaching-learning through Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) has decided to provide a monthly stipend of Nu 2,500 per student towards data recharge so they can learn...


4 months ago
Phuentsholing sees reduced traffic and business
The Bhutanese

The Bhutanese people are on alert after the first Covid-19 positive case was reported in Bhutan on 5 March. The people living in the border towns are extra cautious and worried should the situation worsen. The Bhutanese talked to people in Phuentsholing and some Bhutanese and locals residing in Jaigoan...


4 months ago
Tackling Fake News
The Bhutanese

In the wake of first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Bhutan, fake news stories have been circulating around the Internet pointing people to “cures” for the COVID-19, sharing false advice and faking government announcements. To disseminate correct information, counter fake news and resolve rumours...


4 months ago
300-400 patients visit flu clinic in the capital in a day
The Bhutanese

The disclosure of the first Covid-19 positive case on 5 March had a record number of people running to the Flu Clinic set up by the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Referral Hospital (JDWNRH), Thimphu. More than 600 people visited the flu clinic that day, and the numbers are now around 300 to 400 people in a &#...


4 months ago
Taxis and buses offer help to govt despite drop in business after COVID-19
The Bhutanese

The Bhutan Taxi Association (BTA) and bus operators have pledged their services towards the nation’s wellbeing, should the Coronavirus situation get out of hand in the country. BTA Chairman, Rinzin Chophel, said BTA has enlisted 100 taxis each for Phuentsholing and Thimphu and 20 taxis each in all...


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