Coronaviruses rumble forward, and it now goes beyond a sympathetic case.
A number of danes, including tv host Rikke Gøransson is traveled to Nepal to climb the well 5,000 feet high Tsergo Ri peak in Langtang valley in the Himalayas.
It occurs together with 'Climb for Charity', which collects money for Legeheltene and Børneulykkesfonden. But the local authorities have announced that, as a result of coronavirus closes the access for climbers to Mount Everest and all the other Himalayabjerge.
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at the same time, the Danish authorities invited the danes to return home, and the council has chosen to follow, reveals Rikke Gøransson on Instagram. The trip is therefore cancelled.
'yesterday I cried a little. Difficult to accommodate the new interim conditions of existence for our world. We have since yesterday, after the foreign ministry's announcement, canceled the trip - and we could get tickets home wed. morning. (crossing my fingers that this is the. is progressing well)', write Rikke Gøransson.
Ekstra Bladet have since yesterday tried to get a comment from the 'Paradise Hotel'host, but it has not been possible.
Rikke Gøransson is a regular host on 'Paradise Hotel'. Photo: Janus Nielsen
On Instagram she stresses that she has the understanding that it is a difficult situation, many undergoing just now. She does also even.
'But without going in depth with my personal concerns, will I be able to get the best out of the given conditions..... the second is a waste of precious life if you ask me', she writes, and continues:
'Holy shit, it feels as if it is a bad apocalypsefilm to be concerned about whether you are stranded on the other side, but we snørrer the boots on and wades out in the fresh air of the mountains for the next three days, until we return home as advised'.
Rikke Gøransson can now be experienced as a host on 'Paradise Hotel' shown on Viaplay and Viafree.