KATHMANDU:- The prohibitory order in effect in Kathmandu valley has been extended by another 10 days. A joint meeting of the Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur took the decision to extend the order albeit with some relaxation.
The order has been in effect since May 13 and now extends to June 14. The previous order had been applicable until June 4.
The CDOs of the three districts have released the prohibition in the opening of grocery, food and department stores and can now remain open until 9:00 am every day. Earlier, only vegetable shops and other essential services were allowed to open.
Likewise, construction work can also resume with boarding facility for the workers and following the prescribed health protocol. Construction materials have to be transported from 9:00 pm to 4:00 am. Human mobility remains prohibited as well as traffic, except for emergency and essential services.
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