Prohibition order to be extended till Jestha 31

The prohibitory order issued in Kathmandu Valley till Jestha 20 is being prepared to extend at least till Jestha 31. Despite the addition of the prohibitory order, the Home Administration is preparing to open the most important areas including grocery stores in this period.

Grocery stores in the Kathmandu Valley have also been closed since Jestha 14 after the infection did not subside in the capital despite a three-week prohibitory order. Kathmandu Chief District Officer Kali Prasad Parajuli said that the prohibitory order on corona infection had not been reduced for the fourth time in the first three weeks and the results were effective. According to the same strategy, food, wholesale and grocery stores and department stores have been completely closed. According to Parajuli, a joint meeting of the Chief District Officer and the Chief of Security will decide on the issue at least by Jestha

The number of infected people has been declining in recent days. It has been a month since the second wave of corona outbreak spread and Prohibitory order was issued in the Kathmandu Valley to prevent and control it. . Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts have been issuing restraining orders in the Kathmandu Valley since Baisakh 16.

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