N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Preparations have been made to relax the ban in Kathmandu Valley.
The latest ban is set to expire on Monday. Though discussions are underway to relax the ban, public transport will not be allowed to open.
“The corona infection did not happen in the way it was expected to,” Lalitpur Chief District Officer Dhundi Prasad Niraula told Sethopati.
According to him, a meeting of the people in the valley will probably be held today. A meeting of the district level covid control committee will be held before the meeting to discuss the state of the transition.
The government has said that it will open domestic flights from July 30. Private vehicles have been operating on a strict system since last year.
Clothing shops are also allowed to open according to the bar.
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