Bhutan has 7 confirmed cases of COVID-19, all of which are from overseas travellers, and no deaths as of April 29. So far, 5 of 7 confirmed cases are recovered. The landlocked country sealed its borders in the beginning of March and is currently under domestic travel restrictions, school closures, and work-from-home measures. Returnees from abroad are quarantined for 21 days, which is a week longer than the typical length used in other countries. To further prevent community transmission, the government announced on April 14 that all businesses are to close by 7pm until further notice.

Bhutan’s Quick and Flexible COVID-19 Response (April 29, 2020)