LONDON:- The increasing trend of Nepalese falling victim to Corona Virus outside the country has come to a halt. No deaths were reported last week, according to Non-resident Nepalis Association.
Likewise, there has been significant reduction in the infection rate, with around 9,000 Nepalese recovering from the virus. As of Saturday, 17,792 Nepalis were infected with Corona Virus, with 127 deaths so far in different countries, according to Coordinator of NRNA health committee Dr Sanjiv Sapkota.
Deaths of Nepalese have been reported in UK, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwati, Qatar, Ireland, Japan, Turkey, the Netherlands, the USA and Sweden.
Expanding the scope of relief support to the Nepalese affected by the pandemic, the NRNA this week provided support to pregnant women and children in Kuwait and the UAE, according to treasurer Mahesh Shrestha.
So far, the NRNA has provided Rs. 6.6 million in support to the Nepalese affected by COVID-19 in different parts of the globe.
As of Thursday, the NRNA has helped rescue more than 500 Nepalese stranded in different countries. With support of the government of Kuwait, 299 Nepalese returned home on Thursday, according to NRNA Chair Kumar Pant. Another, 2,991 Nepalese will be repatriated to their home country from Kuwait.
The NRNA also held a video conferencing discussion on Wednesday with the International Organisation of Migration. The team led by NRNA Chair Pant held discussion about the support that IOM could provide to rescue and repatriate Nepalis with the Nepal Mission chair Laurena Landa, said NRNA Vice-chair Dr Badri KC.
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