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Prohibition order to ease down in Kathmandu Valley from today

According to Kathmandu Chief District Officer Kali Prasad Parajuli, the vegetable and food shops will be open till 11 am from today. It has been decided to allow the opening of stationery as the new academic session has started. Bookstores will be open until 11 a.m.
(File: The last time the Corona infection increased, the government issued a restraining order in the Durbar Marg area. May 29, 2021. Kathmandu. Photo: Chandrakala Chhetri, RSS)

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- The ban on corona infection in the Kathmandu Valley has been extended for another week from today to prevent and control it. With the ease down of the ban, the activity of people in the valley has increased.

A joint meeting of the chief district officers of all the three districts of the Kathmandu Valley had decided to relax the ban as the infection rate was declining.

According to Kathmandu Chief District Officer Kali Prasad Parajuli, the vegetable and food shops will be open till 11 am from today. It has been decided to allow the opening of stationery as the new academic session has started. Bookstores will be open until 11 a.m.

It has been decided to open a hardware store after 4 pm.

From today, hotels and restaurants are allowed to operate takeaway services.

A restraining order was issued in the Kathmandu Valley on April 28 to control the corona. Currently, injunctions are in place in 75 districts.

The restraining order issued in 17 districts including Kathmandu Valley has been extended till July 20. According to the Home Ministry, the ban has been extended to Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur, Baglung, Dadeldhura, Udaipur, Kalikot, Syangja, Kapilvastu, Taplejung, East Nawalparasi, Tanahu, Bara, Ilam, Achham, Panchthar, and Mustang till July 20.

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