COVID Report Mandatory On Arrival For Tourists In Nepal

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COVID Report Mandatory On Arrival For Tourists In Nepal

| Updated: January 10, 2023 18:03

The country’s national flag carrier Nepal Airlines has declared that Nepal has once again made it essential for international travellers to provide COVID-19 negative reports.

The airlines said that all passengers will now need to show proof of a COVID-19 international certificate or COVID-19 PCR negative report when coming from the international sector.

A joint spokesperson at Nepal Airlines Ganesh Kumar Ghimire also added that the latest move comes in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases across the world. According to a representative of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the said decision was made on December 23, 2022.

Ghimire continued by saying that they had given the notification in accordance with this and the regulatory body’s ruling. The recent decision was implemented as a result of an increase in COVID cases in China.

The Himalayan country, which had been closed since the pandemic’s onset in early 2020, began progressively reopening to tourists on March 10 of last year. In an effort to spur the tourism sector, all pre-arrival testing procedures for fully immunised travellers were also abolished.

The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), which is the dominant sector in the Himalayan country that is also gradually recovering from the pandemic’s onslaught, added this month that India has emerged as Nepal’s top inbound tourist market in 2022. 

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