Week-long prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley from Thursday

KATHMANDU: In the light of increasing cases of coronavirus, the government is set to issue prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley from Thursday.

The Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur districts of the Valley, in line with suggestion of the Covid-19 Crisis Management Centre (CCMC), have decided to to enforce prohibitory order in the three districts to check the transmission of Covid-19, which is rapidly rising in the country.

Enforcement of prohibitory order means that all services, except essential services, will be stopped. While movement of public and private vehicles will be barred, banks and financial institutions (BFIs) and government offices will remain open adopting safety health standards.

The decision stipulates that all types of meetings, conferences, seminars, trainings, cinema halls, party palaces, swimming pools, shopping malls, entertainment venues, salons, beauty parlors, gyms, group sports, libraries, zoos, etc. will not be allowed to operate.

However, as mentioned, operation of essential services such as ambulance, drinking water, health, food, vegetables, fruits, milk and dairy products, banks, financial institutions, telecommunications, internet, quarantine, isolation, waste management and other means of transportation will be allowed.

Fiscal Nepal |
Monday April 26, 2021, 07:55:23 PM |

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