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11:47  29 june  2021
11:47  29 june  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Au Népal, la saison des ascensions, qui voit d'avril à juin, des centaines de touristes étrangers grimper sur le toit du monde, a eu des conséquences inattendues sur la gestion de l'épidémie de Covid-19. Hospital beds © AFP

in Nepal, the climb season, which sees from April to June, hundreds of foreign tourists Climbing on the roof of the world, has had unexpected consequences on the management of the CVIV-19 epidemic.

In the image of the border India, Nepal is hard hit by the COVID-19 for three months and the variant delta is ravaging. But it did not discourage the many foreign tourists trying to rise the peaks of the Himalayas. After a confined year 2020, the country opened the season of mountaineering as if the virus did not exist. For the regulated period of April to June, 408 mountaineers have, for example, a state license to climb up the Everest.

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But this tourism, necessary for the revival of the economy of the country, had two consequences on the management of the pandemic. First, climbing on the roof of the world requires oxygen bottles. According to the specialized website altitude.News , each foreign customer attacking at one of the six peaks of more than 8,000 meters consumes an average of five bottles of oxygen, their sherpas a little less. Oxygen whose hospitals needed for respirators of resuscitation services.

hundreds of oxygen bottles reserved for foreign mountaineers

The fact that a significant part of the oxygen bottles has been reserved for foreign mountaineers at the beginning of the season helped generate a shortage across the country in May , explained the Nepali Times in early May. The Government had to order 40,000 bottles of oxygen, especially in South Korea, and benefited from a gift from China from 800 bottles ... While about a thousand bottles were stored in the Himalayas high valleys, at Destination of the tourists.

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The country has also been saved by the unpublished initiative of an NGO, the Nepal Ventilator Services, created by local doctors. The latter imagined a "bank" of respirators who rents public hospitals of devices at a lower cost.

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The NGO, thanks to donations, has been able to acquire a park of 85 respirators that it turns according to the needs of each establishment. Thanks to this initiative, the number of cases drastically decreased, about 1,900 cases in recent days after a peak of 9,000 new cases mid-May.

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Second consequence of the presence of foreign tourists in Himalayas: the supposed appearance of clusters in the shelters and base camps. Several cases of coronavirus have been reported in May among foreign climbers and several evacuations and / or hospitalizations have been necessary. The Nepalese Government, however, refuses at this stage to talk about soaring CVIV-19 cases on Everest and continues to allow progress towards the summit.

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The authorities have been contradicted by the account of two Icelanders who have managed to conquer Everest despite a proven contamination at CVIV-19. At the end of May, the two seasoned climbers, Sigurdur Sveinsson and Heimir Hallgrímsson, began to cough and suspected a CVIV-19 infection near the summit at more than 7,000 meters above sea level, according to a message they published on May 27 where they tell their difficult return to the base camp.

"At that time and here there was no possibility to be tested," said the two Icelandic in this publication on the Umhyggja website, a charity for children with long illnesses for which They collected funds.

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The two friends had been negatively tested before the climb to the "roof of the world" , of which they finally reached the summit. They managed to return healthy and sound at the base camp on Wednesday, where a CVIV-19 test came to confirm their infection. Both suspect having caught the coronavirus at the top, in one of the basic camps frequented by other foreigners.

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