Kathmandu, Nepal, April 30, 2021: In response to the spiking cases of coronavirus infections across the country, the Nepali Congress has presented 11-point suggestions to the government to deal with the spreading threat of the deadly virus.
Organizing a press conference at his resident on Friday, Nepali Congress president Deuba asked the government to expand the scope of contact tracing and regulate the cross-border movement of people to control the spreading threat of virus.
Likewise, he has also urged the government to provide risk allowances to the health and sanitation workers including the security personnel to encourage them to involve on their duties. He has also suggested the government to bring a relief packages to the poor and needy people affected from the pandemic.
During the press meet, Nepali Congress President Deuba also criticized the government for its failure to effectively respond to the coronavirus pandemic in the country. The government has been helping to spread the virus by organizing meeting, inauguration program and others, Deuba said criticizing the government.
Though the country has already started facing an acute shortage of hospital beds, ventilators and oxygen cylinders, the government does not seem serious to manage the possible heath crisis in the country; Deuba accused the government.
During the press meet, he also expressed his fear that restriction imposed in some districts including in Kathmandu valley would spread the coronavirus infection in the remote areas of the country if the government failed to manage the isolation centers in a strict and effective manners.