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Nepal PM: Covid situation is under control

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Nepal PM: Covid situation is under control

Nepal PM: Covid situation is under control

Nepal’s Prime Minister K.

P.

Sharma Oli tells CNN Nepal’s coronavirus situation is under control and they’re taking “serious measures” to supply oxygen and hospital beds.


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