Coronavirus Update: "All Nepalis Are Safe In Georgia" President KC

Mr. Kumar KC, President, Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG) is at Sagal Radio Services.

Updates: about the pandemic situation of coronavirus (COVID-19) with the leader of Nepali Community in Atlanta, Georgia.

Updates: about the pandemic situation of coronavirus (COVID-19) with the leader of Nepali Community in Atlanta, Georgia.

Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG) President Mr. Kumar KC has said that all Nepalis are safe and no one has been reported positive until today in Georgia from the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19).

Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG) President Mr. Kumar KC has said that all Nepalis are safe and no one has been reported positive until today in Georgia from the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19). On Sunday, Mr. President was talking with Haridevi Rokaya at Sagal Radio Services.  

"We have canceled all the community events to avoid people gatherings” Mr. KC said “we have also shared all the needy information to our community members about the coronavirus (COVID-19).” According to Mr. KC Nepalis’ population in Georgia is about 5 thousand and most of them are in touch with NAG via email or social media.

“If any of our community members needs help to save their lives with the reason of the coronavirus I, personally and institutionally NAG are ready to help them whatever they need. I want to share my personal phone number (347) 531 6431 for those people who need help in this pandemic situation.

Mr. KC was suggesting to the Nepali Community members, please wash your hand offten, drink plenty of warm water and stay at home.  

Nepalis population in Georgia is about 5 thousand and the Nepalese Association of Georgia was stablished in 2000.

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