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Offices except most essentials to remain closed in Valley from Thursday

(Traffic police have taken under control a vehicle that was driving on Putalisadak on Wednesday in violation of the ban issued by the government after the infection of Covid-19 increased. May 12, 2021, Kathmandu. Picture: Chandrakala Chhetri-RSS)

KATHMANDU:- The offices apart from the most essential ones will remain closed in the Kathmandu Valley from tomorrow (Thursday). According to Chief District Officer of Kathmandu, Kali Prasd Rijal, the offices will be shut during the enforcement of prohibitory order in view of the rise in the risk of COVID-19.
Issuing a notice today, the Kathmandu Administration shared that the decision was taken to control the outbreak of coronavirus infection when the pandemic has taken a serious turn. “It is to impart information to make arrangement of closure of all offices except those dealing with the most essential services in all other districts from May 12 during the enforcement period of prohibitory order” reads the notice issued by the administration.
The most essential offices are also asked to deliver service with minimum staffs, the notice noted.
Meanwhile, the prohibitory order has been extended in the Kathmandu Valley to be effective from tonight up to May 26 (12.00 midnight).

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