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Nepal, Entry and Exit Requirements over COVID-19

Nepal COVID-19 Information Page
Nepal Country-Specific Information: 
Entry and Exit Requirements: 
Nepal have suspended their visiting visas upon arrival for nationals from eight (8) countries (China, Iran, Italy, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, and Spain) from March 10 until further notice. http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/
Nepal announced today that the suspension of visas upon arrival from midnight on March 14 until April 30, 2020. Those travelers already possessing a prior valid Nepali visa will be required to submit a swab test PCR health certificate issued a maximum of seven (7) days before arrival to Nepal to the immigration office at Tribhuvan International Airport.
Temperature screening via thermal cameras and self-reporting has been implemented at Nepal’s only international airport, Tribhuvan International Airport, and land borders with China.
A health desk is placed to greets all newly-arrived travelers. There is 24hr ambulance is on standby (24/7) at Tribhuvan International Airport to transport any suspected cases to the hospital near by.
There will be no flights from China to Nepal until the suspend is revoked.

Traveller crossing broder via India will have to go through their health check-up to ensuring that they will entry only from Karkarvitta, Jogabani, Raxaul, Sunauli, Jamunah (Nepalgunj) and Gaddachaukai.”
However, Nepal government has closed to tourists the border crossing points with china at Tatopani and Rasuwagadhi.
All the borders and truck ports of entry into Nepal remain closed until further notice.
The Government of India has announced the suspension of all visas issued to nationals of any country. This will affect air and land travel from India into Nepal and from Nepal into India. https://boi.gov.in/content/advisory-travel-and-visa-restrictions-related-covid-19-dated-12th-march-2020
Quarantine Information: 
All arrivals will be self-quarantined for fourteen (14) days.
Suspected cases will be quarantined for 14 days.
A group of Nepalese citizens were rescued from Hubei province of China on February 16 and quarantined at Kharipati, Bhaktapur, Nepal. They were released following a two week quarantine and negative tests for the COVID-19 virus.
There are two cases confirmed of COVID-19 are in isolation at Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital (Teku Hospital), awaiting test results.
Private and non-government sectors are encouraged to postpone their international programs scheduled to be held in Nepal.
The U.S. Embassy Kathmandu’s Regional Security Officer strongly recommends that all embassy employees refrain from travelling outside of Kathmandu Valley due to concerns of localized geographic quarantines by the Nepalese Government.
Kathmandu issued a Notice for locals not to organize or participate in large gathering programs. The Notice includes a request to not participate in festivals, including Holi, that anticipates large gatherings of people.

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