The highest peak in the world, Mount everest The seal is ready to reopen after being closed for almost a year due to coronavirus. According to sources, hundreds of people are due to return next month, as the world’s highest mountain will be reopened. Government officials and mountaineers have stated that they will follow the listed precautionary measures and COVID restrictions while climbing the mountain.
Reopening of Mount Everest from April 2021
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According to Meera Acharya, an official of the tourism department, more than 300 climbers are expected to attempt to climb Mount everest Preparations are set to reopen in April, compared to the previously recorded 381 climbers who attempted to climb Mount Everest in the same period last year. Meera also stated that the said number is despite the required period of quarantine of one week, and the certification showing the said climber has tested negative for coronavirus.
However, not all mountaineers will return this time, due to the uneven proliferation of COVIDs everywhere and other disruptive causes. Considering Nepal’s weak health system, a large number of organizers believe that this is not a stable time to run a campaign. Despite the above reasons, there are still some who are preparing to take the climbers to Mount Everest. Many organizers also believe that the Chinese part of Everest will remain closed to foreign climbers, just like last year, with more climbers turning to Nepal.
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