Prohibitory order in Kathmandu to be continued for a week with some flexibility

KATHMANDU: The ongoing prohibitory order has been extended for a week in Kathmandu valley with some flexibility in existing modalities.

A meeting of the chief district officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur has decided to continue the lockdown in the previous state of May 28.

According to the CDO of Bhaktapur Prem Prasad Bhattarai, retail, grocery, food stores, and departmental stores could be opened until 9 am each day. Similarly, developmental construction activities could be operated in a closed way with boarding facilities for the workers.

Likewise, the vehicle ferrying daily goods and supplies could be operated following a fixed timetable. These activities had been curtailed by the May 28 decision. Other activities shall remain prohibited as per the previous decision.

The modification comes in wake of a declining rate of COVID-19 infection in the past few days.


Fiscal Nepal |
Wednesday June 2, 2021, 12:38:07 PM |

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