Since the major outbreak of Coronavirus, it has been affecting the lives of people worldwide. The pandemic has caused a great impact on the human race. No matter how big or small, the corona has affected all.
Bhutan has currently reported with 77 cases until now. The cases have been gradually increasing. To the fact, the cases reported were all from the people coming from abroad. The cases were found during their quartine facility so therefore there is no transmission cases among the public in Bhutan.
The recovery cases have given a great comfort to the people in Bhutan. Cases of recovery is increasing day by day. The medical facility in Bhutan has been very effective from the day one of the pandemic. Bhutan is most probably the only country where medical services are provided free for all.
The lock-down of schools have re-opened for the classes of 10 and 12 from 1st of July. With adequate facilities provided and preventive measure of social distancing the school have been resumed.
The King along with the prime minister, health minister, doctors and the Dessups have been truly a front- line heroes in this pandemic. Their tireless affords for the well being of the country has brought a great ease in the lives of the citizen of Bhutan. We want to thank you for being with us during the dark days.
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Start Date: 30th October 2020
End Date: 03rd November 2020
Destination: Jambay Lhakhang, Choekhor, Bumthang
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Start Date: 26th Sept 2020
End Date: 28th Sept 2020
Destination: Tashi Chhodzong, Thimphu
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Start Date: 22nd - February 2021
End Date: 24th February 2021
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Start Date: 04th April, 2020
End Date: 08th April, 2020
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