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Primary contacts of the positive case in Mongar quarantined

All 16 primary contacts of the 38-year-old non-Bhutanese man, who had come from Wangdue and tested positive for Covid-19 at Gyalpoizhing, Mongar, were traced and quarantined yesterday.

How accurate are the test kits?

With the massive omicron outbreak in the country, many are concerned...

Imports and exports in Samdrupjongkhar resume

Imports and exports in Samdrupjongkhar, which were suspended after one of...

Dhur villagers’ wait for farm road blacktopping

More than a year after the Chhoekhor-Tang by-election in Bumthang, residents...

FCBL and MoAF set to ensure food security

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF) and the Food Corporation...

Lockdown will continue until 72-hour testing

According to the Prime Minister Dr Lotay Tshering, the relaxation of...

Phuentsholing residents question people coming from low-risk places

Although there is no evidence to prove, many in Phuentsholing allege...

Gelephu reports five community cases 

Four men and a woman residing at the Royal Bhutan Army...

Wild dogs menace increasing in Bumdeling

The problem of wild dogs preying on cattle in Bumdeling gewog...

Sarpang under pressure to increase quarantine and isolation capacity

Isolation and quarantine centres in Sarpang have come under pressure with...

An Omicron patient shares her experience

The symptoms were mild. It started with a headache, increase in...

Schools gear up to implement coding curriculum

‘Alien Attacks,’ a game developed by eight-grader Chencho Namgyel Ghalley, won...

Monetised vehicle quota for gups withheld 

The newly elected gups will not be given the option to...

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