That one Outdoor sports This method is recommended to relieve the boredom of the pandemic, but some people are not satisfied with the paint drying out and eager to experience new or symbolic places Cause COVID To one of the most remote spaces in the world: Everest base camp.
Yes, it sounds… they are already investigating a possible large-scale eruption on the highest mountain slopes on earth.
according to British Broadcasting Corporation, Has been confirmed At least 17 COVID cases in Everest base camp And in Kathmandu. However, the authorities Nepal They pointed out that they were not infected on the mountain.
But, of course, the Nepalese government refused to acknowledge the reasons for this case…it can be said to be a story.
Foreigner who jumped in Mount Everest Aim to reach the highest land son One of the main sources of income in Asian countries, In addition, Due to the closure, it will not be possible to extract juice in 2020.
“No COVID cases at Everest Base Camp have been reported to the Ministry of Tourism”The authorities said Recovered by the British BBC. However, the alert continues, because a possible COVID outbreak in the mountains can have devastating consequences…not just an economic disaster.
The impact of the outbreak on Mount Everest
If this is confirmed, financial problems will take a back seat This is a COVID outbreak on Mount Everest, Excellent Location of Nepal This is quite subtle.
It is difficult to detect this disease when you are in such a place.
At that moment (More than 5,000 meters from the Everest base camp on the Nepal side) Many climbers experience headaches, fatigue or dizziness. They said that, in fact, it is very common to hear hundreds of people coughing in those cold places..This makes it difficult to know if it is “Normal cough” Or symptoms Coronavirus disease.
In addition, take advantage of the climbing season, nearby There are currently 1,500 people on Mount Everest The closest place to the test is Kathmandu.
Jokingly, this situation is very dangerous. If you add this, travelers from all over the world will arrive, Nepal borders India And the second wave of pandemic has also increased the number of cases and infections in this country famous for the Himalayas… This may be worrying.
*Information from the BBC