Two Families are In Quarantine, Some Of Are Sick In Bhutanese Community, Georgia

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, two families are in quarintine and some families are sick with the flu like symptoms in the Bhutanese community, Atlanta, Georgia.

Community Updates: Mr. Manoj Gurung, Chairman of Bhutanese Gurung Society of Georgia is updating about the effect of pandemic coronavirus in Bhutanese Community in Georgia.   

Community Updates: Mr. Manoj Gurung, Chairman of Bhutanese Gurung Society of Georgia is updating about the effect of pandemic coronavirus in Bhutanese Community in Georgia.   

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, two families are in quarintine and some families are sick with the flu like symptoms in Bhutanese community, Atlanta, Georgia.

“Our two families from Gurung and Rai casts are in quarantine but the doctors haven’t declared anything yet, symptoms are too close, so they are in quarantine for a week or two.” Chairman Mr. Manoj Gurung, Bhutanese Gurung Society of Georgia stated "some of the community members are sick with flu like symptoms, community leaders are in touch with the community members".  

"This is a very difficult situation that is why we have canceled all the cultural celebrations and community events” Chairman Gurung was interviewed by Prem Baniya, Board of Sagal Radio, on Thursday.  

According to Mr. Gurung the Bhutanese population in Georgia is about 7 thousand and most of them are taking precaution seriously. Mr. Gurung stated he is praying for those families members who are sick and is wishing them a speedy recovery. Gurung continued to remind all the community members to stay home, wash their hands often, and stay hydtated.

According to Mr. Gurung Bhutanese population in Georgia is about 7 thousand and most of them are taking precaution seriously. 

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