Nepal’s international flights scheduled to start from Sept.17 postponed again
KATHMANDU:- Nepal’s national and international flights, which were supposed to operate from September 17, have been postponed again.
A meeting of the Covid-19 Crisis Management Center (CCMC) on Sunday recommended to the government to postpone the decision from the predetermined date to 15 days.
In addition, the CCMC has asked to move the inter-district long and short distance vehicles for 15 days.
At the same time, CCMC has asked to move inter-district long and short distance vehicles for 15 days. Spokesperson Mahendra Guragain told Ratopati that the decision of the CCMC on Sunday has increased the risk of Kovid-19 infection in the country. Gave information.
Earlier, the cabinet meeting held on July 20 had decided to end the 120-day long lockdown and open inter-district public transport operations, all internal and external commercial flights, school enrollment, and other activities from September 17.