Prohibition in the Valley Tightened from Tonight
A one-week injunction has been added in the Kathmandu Valley from today to control the infection of Covid-19. It is going to be stricter now than last year. The curfew has been tightened in the Kathmandu Valley after the vehicles and traffic were seen to be heavy.
With the expiration of the one-year injunction, another week has been added from today. A meeting of the Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur on Tuesday decided to add the ban.
According to the order, the shops of essential food items can be opened only till 9 am.
The government, exercising its powers under sub-section 2 of the Infectious Diseases Control Act 2020, has also banned the trade / business and collection of carpenters operating on sidewalks, open spaces, carts or bicycles as per the order issued today. Masks will also be mandatory for the purchase of essential items such as medicine and food.
Public events are closed this time as well. No more than 15 participants will be allowed for marriage and bratbandha. For that, permission will have to be obtained from the District Administration Office.
Similarly, all religious and cultural programs except regular worship have been banned. Earlier, pilgrimages were allowed.