It has been decided to extend the injunction in the Doti district till June 24. It has been decided to add the ban for the fourth time in the district.
A meeting of the District Covid Crisis Management Committee held at the District Administration Office on Sunday has decided to add the injunction with effect from 12 noon last night.
Chief District Officer Sunil Khanal informed that it has been decided to loosen the ban as the infection of Covid-19 has decreased but could not be controlled. Fruit and food shops, grocery, fancy / clothing and construction materials shops will be open from 7 am to 11 am during the extended ban period. In the case of banks and financial institutions, it is stated that they can operate every day from 10 am to 1 pm following the health standards.
The means of transportation used in development works and development works will be able to operate in compliance with the health standards.
According to the District Covid Crisis Management Committee, hotels, restaurants, salons, beauty parlors, gyms, and public transport will not be allowed to operate during the ban. It is mentioned in the notice that it is not allowed to hold any kind of crowded program, meeting, seminar, seminar, sports activities, etc.