The recent positive cases from the community in Thimphu have left many asking how it all happened.
The confusion arose after a mobile flu clinic in Lungtenphu picked up a positive case on January 12. The incident took place 24 days after Thimphu was locked down. Also, on January 11, a frontline worker tested positive to the virus while getting tested before being deployed to the workplace.
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Following His Majesty The King’s National Day address, on December 17, calling on systemic reforms in the education system, the education ministry has been working on to create an education reform team.
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With no positive case detected during the three-day mass screening programme, the national Covid-19 taskforce (NC19TF) decided to lift the lockdown restrictions starting today in dzongkhags other than Thimphu and Paro.
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A non-governmental organisation, RENEW, and the National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC) recorded 36 cases of gender-based violence (GBV) against men during the second lockdown.
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About 18 people were quarantined for routine travel and four individuals for emergency travel as of yesterday after the Samdrupjongkhar dzongkhag Covid-19 task force reinstated the seven-day quarantine service on January 9.
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Bhutanese striker Chencho Gyeltshen (CG7) scored twice for RoundGlass Punjab FC against Gokulam Kerala FC on January 14.
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The economic slowdown caused by the pandemic did very little to hurt the stock market enough.
The stock market in the country remained active as ever recording a trading of shares worth Nu 863 million (M) in the secondary market last year.
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