As India halts vaccine exports, Nepal faces its own Covid crisis

Source BBC

In a choked voice, Parasuram Maurya described desperately running from one hospital to another to save his father from Covid-19.

Sundar Maurya, a farmer from the south-western town of Narainapur, complained of breathing difficulties and tested positive on 3 May. Within days, his condition worsened.

Mr Maurya took his father, who is in his mid-50s, to three medical facilities in the Banke district but all refused him admission due to a shortage of beds and oxygen. By the time he managed to find a bed, it was too late.

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