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First vaccine receivers say

Bhutan’s nationwide vaccination campaign began on March 27 with a woman born in the year of the Monkey.

Keeping health protocols tight

Since the first day of the week-long mass vaccination programme in...

Nearly 40 percent of eligible population vaccinated in two days  

The nationwide vaccination drive is well on track to cover the...

JDWNRH starts rapid-antigen tests for patients

Following the health ministry’s technical advisory group (TAG) direction, Jigme Dorji...

Crowding headache for JDWNRH

The national referral hospital (JDWNRH) in Thimphu is finding it difficult...

Tour guides develop Phajoding trekking route 

When the pandemic shut the tourism sector, Yeshey Tshering Sherpa, a full-time...

70 percent of MPs heading for constituency visits 

The Covid-19 pandemic left most Members of Parliament (MPs) without much...

Economic impact of Covid-19 worsening the malnutrition status in Asia and Pacific: UN

The two nationwide lockdowns affected the provision of free school meals...

Urban agriculture initiative grows potatoes in Thimphu

The workers with the urban agriculture initiative in Thimphu have returned...

Cabinet approves Bhutan’s first policy on tourism

The much-awaited tourism policy has finally been cleared by the Cabinet...

Business as usual in Thimphu from Monday

After 43 days of lockdown following a local outbreak of Covid-19,...

No time for relaxation

Life could go back to “normal,” meaning we could get back...

Labour ministry raises wages for BBP workers

The labour ministry raised monthly wage for employees of Build Bhutan...

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