KATHMANDU: The government has implemented an odd-even system in private and public vehicles from tomorrow
Home Ministry Spokesperson Joint Secretary Chakra Bahadur Budha informed online news that the risk of coronavirus (Covid-19) has increased. In all the three districts within the Kathmandu Valley and outside the Kathmandu Valley where more than 200 active coronae cases are infected, the vehicle push-pull system will be implemented. The government had removed the ban on private vehicles from July 10 and allowed public transport to operate in three districts in the Kathmandu Valley and outside the district.
Similarly, it was decided to allow long-distance driving from September 1. But as the risk of corona infection increases, experts have suggested that vigorous measures be taken.
In a discussion with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday, experts also suggested tightening and enforcing health standards instead of a complete crackdown. The government has also banned walking from 9 pm to 5 am from tomorrow.
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